Wednesday, 12 May 2010
This is a final net for the favourite of my paper bird sculptures. This is the pencil holding bird. Drawn with handmade dip pens (thanks Dad!). Feel free to print off and make up but send me photos. Pencils are inserted into pierced holes on the bottom side of the back box.
View the next post (above) to see it made up.
Here is a selection of some of my recent favourite sketchbook pages from uni work. This one is development from my paper birds (variation on a theme from an original idea for each). Each bird is designed as a piece of paper sculpture which sits on your desk and also acts as a desk tidy.
Developing ideas/imagery for final piece on fruit/veg project. This is for my cauliflower octopus (the head is the main vegatable and it's arms are the leafy bits). The brief was to develop a way to 'sell' the fruit/veg we had been drawing the previous weeks to children. Cauliflous kids...?
This is a final piece for a project on well, dogs. We had to create images to match discriptions set in our brief. Odd but good fun. This was my favourite. Collage scanned then added to in photoshop. Deceptively fiddly to make, apologies for dodgy photoshop use...it was VERY new to me then!