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PROJ 3 EGO – PRODUCT

Hi,

this is my final work:

ego-final

The colours are mainly Monochromatic

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colours that are shade or tint variations of the same hue

no matter throughout the rows or even within the frame (for the top 2 rows).

 

Here are the close-ups:

drink little-qiang bananas before-vangogh starry me-van-gogh seh-me bar heartzzz tatt-me tatt-him2 tatt-us

 

Please feel free to give suggestions for improvement 🙂

PROJ 3 EGO – PROGRESS

I had very little knowledge on the different art styles and the colour schemes and harmony that were introduced for this project. All were very new to me, so I was pretty lost and had no idea for this project ):

Therefore, I first looked up on the net for the different art styles from digital artists i could possibly adopt while researching on the colours.

 

Research & references

  • Low poly art

polybreno_1500

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low-poly-timothy-reynolds-1b

I loved it!

 

  • Double colour exposure

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  • Pop art

rauschenberg

 

  • Grid effect

grid-effect

 

I learnt how to apply double colour exposure and the grid methods from tutorials to help develop my raw photos into more meaningful ones:

heartzzz

different colour exposures to show a thrombing/electro effect

tatt-me

grid effect to give a meaning of an incomplete me

 

In The Making

  • Ideas

My final idea was to have 2 equations showing the imaginary scenarios which happen in my head, while the other 2 depicting real-life situations.

The imaginary scenes would be portrayed using digital drawing and applying really fun colours, whereas the real responses would be photo-based.

 

  • Colours

monochromatic-color-04 images images gray-diningI researched and I loved how monochromatic colours schemes work so well and I decided I would use the monochromatic colour harmony throughout an equation or even within a frame.

 

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