Mark effects by oranges, comb and some miscellaneous tool
The unfinished Hot Pot
More oranges, lettuce and cabbage
Had steamboat over the weekend with my family and had some leftover food such as Cabbage, Raddish and Mushrooms which all became my materials for mark making this week.
The outcome of this mono-print was less than desired. In fact, it actually turned out worse than I expected with all the liquid oozing out from all the pressing creating a stench and worse of all, the imprint was disastrous that I did not even bother to take a photo of it.
But it did lead to other things, I tried to do it manually and created this
It somewhat look like a scene in the forest, looking across the river with the leave as the focal point.
More mark making done by painting over the materials…
I will try exploring ideas with Elastic Food Wrap, White Ink on Black paper next!
Time to get my hands dirty
Started off with random brush strokes which wasn’t really productive…
Marks produced with the ropes I brought for Mark Making Session 1
The texture of the ropes couldn’t really get itself imprinted onto the paper but what caught my attention was the strokes I was able to form with the rope by getting it inked and moving in a circular/random direction.
Fat thumbs and Sponge
With my fat thumbs and Sponges! Was told by my classmate that the effect created looks somewhat similar to the science experiment we did back in Secondary school involving Iron(sulfate) or something.
Guns and Roses
Try to create ‘love’ and ‘hate’ for this one with a rose effect done by tissue paper and blood splatters by splashing the brush!
More of the above mentioned
Trapped, Hazy, Wet, Irritating, Annoyed and Lemons
This are the mark making tools
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