Recently, I took part in a workshop in which I learned the basics of setting and printing type and experimental type. I was given the task to find or come up with a quote or phrase around the theme of difference to print onto a poster. I chose the phrase "Differences Challenge Assumptions". Below are … Continue reading Type Setting and Printing Workshop
This is an updated version of my time plan. I've now planned up to the final deadline of the project whereas I previously, during planning, I had only planned a couple of weeks ahead. I've found it difficult to plan more than 2-3 weeks into the future and determine my progress at that point because early … Continue reading Action Plan Update
Group/Room Set Up From the gallery visits, I learned that white walls/backdrops are an effective and classic way to display any work. The exhibition would look best with a clean and easily navigable set up that allows the work to stand out amongst the room and people. Personal Promotion/Set Up I plan to present my … Continue reading Summer Show Presentation
Smart targets to work on today and complete by 25/4 Organise and better categorise blog. Complete character moodboard and blog post. Add to and complete research blog post. Expand planning blog posts Write up about seperating colour workshop
Characters are often the focus of children's illustration, whether it be in books, on tv or a toy and children tend to learn from these characters and follow their actions or pick up on their knowledge. For example, Alice from Alice In Wonderland encourages kids to be curious while Harry Potter shows that they should be brave. … Continue reading Illustrated Character
To aid the composition, memorability and flow of my designs, I will incorporate pattern and use it to create fun and creative illustrations suitable for children. Below is a list of pattern terminology paired with definitions that will help me to design and structure my patterns in an effective and professional way but also aid … Continue reading Pattern
I shared my ideas and thoughts with a partner for feedback and constructive criticism. At the bottom of the worksheet are some ideas of other things I could create or experiment with.