Hi there again! In this post, I’m gonna explore different techniques based on the artists that I’ve researched on! Let’s jump right into it!
Tara Donovan is an American artist who creates large-scale installations and sculptures made by everyday manufactured materials. Material such as Scotch tape, Styrofoam cups, Paper plates, Toothpick, and drinking straws were used to create large scale sculptures that often have a biomorphic quality. Read more →
Hey guys! Today I’m gonna show you a bunch of mono-prints I did in class! I did not take any photos of the process but I do have some cool prints to show you. I scanned all of them and some eventually make the cut for my 18 lines!
I brought some materials to class, hoping it Read more →
For my first mark making tool, I wound up brown string onto a pencil.
For my second tool, I tied a string to a screw driver and dangled it over my paper. I quite liked this because the outcome is always somewhat unpredictable and that is exciting:)
For the 3rd tool, I combined a few of the brown strings together and Read more →
These are the initial sketches that I have come up with to explore with different mediums for expressing emotions.
The mark making tools that I used are as follows:
1. Pandan leaves
2. Aluminium Foil
3. Garlic Mesh
4. Different types of brushes
The Read more →
My mark-making tools are fountain pen and strings.
This mark is made by fountain pen and ink. I felt that using ink, I can express raw emotions (usually negative emotions). The contrast is strong and the saturation of the ink give desirable effect.
These marks are made with strings. Some of the marks I bounced the strings saturated with ink. I Read more →
For my mark making tool, I was interested in creating something that would allow me to experiment with Chinese Ink, as I wanted to explore the difference between the textures made by the Chinese paint brush versus a less versatile tool. This is the mark making tool I made out of a wooden stick I found on the ground. I shaved the sides Read more →
Here are my mark making tools:
1. I wound together a ball of wool and wound more thing string on top of it to create more textures with the print.
2. I tore up gift paper into small pieces and bunched it all together to form a “paper brush”
3. Chinese brush
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However, unlike the inspired mark making tool, this tool was less controllable in terms of what markings it left. Unpredictable even which was what i was aim for.
Below are the prints that were produced!
🙂 thanks for reading 😉
Below are drawings of lines using a traditional medium, a pen.
The rigidity that is found in Mondrian’s De Stijl paintings is intriguing, being that rigidity, for me, symbolises suppression – a trigger for fear or uneasiness. I also played with the tones of the boxes created by lines through thinner or darker lines.
Another method of showing such emotion is still Read more →
Using chopsticks as my handle, I was able to create three different mark making tools. One of my favourites would be the chopstick wherein I sliced through its end so as to create spiky and rough texture, allowing me to produce dot-like effects on paper. Despite it being interesting, however, it did not allow me to make bigger and more Read more →