Final Major Project. Week 3

Week 3.

Mono-prints. Exploring line, shape and form.

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woman crouching
woman sitting
woman sitting

I have also done more work to my oil painting giving it more depth.

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woman in oil
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Final Major Project, Week One

week one

After a workshop on mono-printing with Sara Cooper at Navigator North, I was inspired to create mono prints and experiment with presentation. Rather than the usual technique I tend to use of getting an impression of the ink through drawing on the reverse of the paper I choose to draw directly into the ink.

book trial of mono print
book trial of mono print
mono print framed book
mono print framed book

I also happily came across a lot of floristry wire. so I happily played with form.

3d drawing of female form in wire
3d drawing of female form in wire

At this point in the project I am still researching the history of art and the female form as well as being heavily involved in the planning of our final exhibition.

Final Major Project previous weeks

featured image is a dry point etching trailing technique

work leading up to week 1

Topic: Female form

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life drawing 1

a major requirement on a human form is life drawing. I booked my own model and drew 4 images as a starting point.

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self portrait outlines in line and colour

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I love the simplicity of lines and the curves of the female figure
this was a idea generating exercise

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mono prints

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mono prints as part of idea generating.

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collage

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After a weekend at CCAD doing the ‘Draw weekend’ I became influenced in making collage and mixed this with my life drawing and love of repetitive line.

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wood cut prints

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more idea generating using simple imagery