TP: Progress and questions
After consultation with Prof Ina, we have decided that the cut outs worked really well for the project and suggested that I should continue with all the other 3 with cutouts.
I scanned them before I taped the pieces together.
These 3 will make 1 set for “branches”.
for the second set, i decided that i Read more →
TP: Branches are complicated
With the idea I came up with in school, I went home and tried with the few ideas I had.
These drawing and precision cutting took longer that I expected it to be. However, the final results look interesting. I plan to prop and separate each layer with Read more →
TP: more new References
With my first round of trial and error, I decided that those are not going to make it. I went online and Pinterest to search for more inspirations related to nature!
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This got me interested in papercuts and tree branches. After brainstorming, one of my new ideas was to integrate branches and cut outs to form my Read more →
TP: Getting inspirations from creating
After the first look and consultation with Prof Ina, I decided that the keywords for this project would be “nature” and “watercolour”.
These 3 are the ones that I found the most interesting and related from the pile of references that I found.
With all these references, even though I am still clueless, I thought it would be good for me to Read more →
Typographic Portrait: Process I
KaywerlynThursday, Feb 11, 2016 - 04:20:48 pm
Hello my name is Kay (for short), and Ilike to work with my hands
As someone who is kinesthetic, I learn best through carrying out physical activities and it is also because of this trait that I began to love making/painting.
The technique I would like to use for this is string art, something that I’ve wanted to try for the longest Read more →
Typographic Portrait: WIP
Ummi KaltsumMonday, Feb 08, 2016 - 08:18:57 pm
After all the research I did, I tried it out on my book page, scanned it in and gave a little bit of editing — more to enhancing the image with exposure and all.
Then I realised after I did all these, that I am somewhat at the metaphor or conceptual phase, for example: the thumbdrive, the binoculars, and perhaps the Read more →
Typographic Portrait: Iconophilia
Pang XinMonday, Feb 01, 2016 - 07:49:52 pm
Above is how my Journal looks like after my previous research. Although I researched a lot on the methods, I was quite stumped as to the theme. I love doing artworks about myself, but sometimes it’s hard to keep it interesting.
As I went along my thought process, I eventually drew the conclusion that I should use symbols in my Read more →
And I'm A...
Iskandar RuhaizatSunday, Jan 31, 2016 - 10:19:44 pm
For this typographic portrait project, I’ve came up with a list of “I ams” as to what truly represents me.Ice Queen icy demeanour cool hues bleak desolate landscapes materials thermocolour and acrylic paint melted ice and wax resist needles Runner Using materials often associated with running materials running track “pebbles” collage of runners Muslim Does being Muslim means I’ve to shed my Malay identity? materials henna art cards Agender Personified by a pearl, symbolising “purity” of soul and does not Read more →
Typographic Sketch Dump
LeaSaturday, Jan 23, 2016 - 04:16:56 pm
Some pictures for the process work I’ve done so far!