Photos of the process of silk screen printing a paper toy that I made for my current project.
Saturday, 11 May 2013
So instead of using an existing image for my business cards I wanted to make a new one.
So here is my process :)
Unfortunately I didn't really like the outcome of this one too much so I started again.
The colours were going to be the same as the previous cutout, red, yellow, white and black but I only had green and pink felt-tip pens so I used them instead and in the end they looked better.
Okay although I like this one, I'm still not going to use it as a business card cause it quite different from the rest of work so back to the drawing board :D
Tuesday, 5 March 2013
Tuesday, 25 September 2012
Over the summer I started to turn my collage wrestler (above) into a papertoy but only got as far as his bottom half. I think I have made about 10 torsos so far and still haven't found the right one (sigh).
My steps to making a papertoy. I love how every time I approach this character in different media he is constantly changing and improving. This would be the forth stage; arranging shapes, drawing, collage, 3D papertoy.
This is a collage that I did at the beginning of the summer hoping for sun, didn't really work. Love National Geographic its a great resource for collaging especially the old editions with their grainy photos. Though knowing that in the original photo of the tortoise it is mating does make him seem less imposing.
My screensaver :D
Thursday, 19 July 2012
Wednesday, 4 July 2012
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Sunday, 3 June 2012
For my final module of my second year I did a workshop along with Ben Morgan, Holly Liminton and Jo LB at a local secondary school. This first section of this workshop was based on Viviane Schwarz's Character Design Workshop.
These were made before as an example. Cutting out and arranging pieces of card to make a character then drawing and developing that character.
I then built a background to put my character onto to show the children what we would be doing as the next step. I chose my favourite character and developed it again with collage. I then made a background to stick him on top of.
This is the first time I have worked with children and it was definitely worthwhile, not only do I feel more confident but working in a group made me more critical of my work and working processes.
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