bsHere are some abstract poster designs I created for my Communication Design class using some of the shapes and patterns I created previously. The first one is my favourite:
Some more patterns I created for school. These are on alternate grids to the standard square one.
Here are some patterns I created for a class I'm taking; Communication Design.
Here is an older piece of embroidery I did--maybe 3 or 4 years ago now. It's one of my favourites, so I wanted to share. I've been thinking a lot about embroidery lately and want to get back into it because it is the most satisfying, low pressure form of creation I know.
Here is my first Illustration Friday painting in a very long time.
This week's topic was animal.
Painting this taught me that I had no idea what raccoons really looked like from memory, but I used a reference at the last second.
I've wanted to follow along with the #CreativeUNblock monthly assignments since I discovered them on the Jealous Curator a few months ago, but this is the first one I've managed to do.
For the month of November the assignment is:
“Use a cropping tool to find new compositions from an original piece. Enlarge this small portion of the original piece and create a new piece based on the enlarged composition.”
I picked a painting that I had done a couple of days ago, that I do not like at all. I thought about 'finishing' it, but I think I am over that idea. Moving on.
And the crop:
Here are my results:
Still not in love, but it was fun nonetheless. This might inspire me to finally work through the whole book.