Cover page of my hard copy journal. It is a compilation of the research and techniques I did throughout the assignment.
Flipping the pages til its at the experimentation technique of Decalcomania/Rohrsachach Test. After trying out one that was lacking of ink (and drips of water), I tried out with blobs of ink on the paper and then pressing it down and getting bold effects.
Experimentation technique of splattering (or dripping) paint inspired by artist Jackson Pollock. I actually find the technique therapeutic as it took away the frustrations I was having during the time. I ended up feeling slightly relaxed right after. And then I did it again…
Experimentation technique of Froissage using chalk pastel instead of soaking the paper with ink. I like how the tone complements the creases and from afar it look more like a mosaic.
This page consists of planning of how I would come about collaging the sets of monoprints. These lines drawn were referred from Ed Moses’ artworks — how the lines are placed etc.
This is an overview of the emotions and some reflection I did about trying to sort the lines with the emotions.
This shows 3 out of 18 lines interpreted and sharing of the techniques used for the various strips. (There are more of the strips in the hard copy journal itself only that I took a few)
“A Line is a dot that went for a walk.”
Throughout the assignment, I made full use of the layout pad to compile everything I have done into the hard copy journal. It consists of doodling, inspiration images I captured, the different experimentation of automatic techniques, and personal reflection based on research and consultation.
The line definitely went for a walk last Friday during submission and it’s not coming back anytime soon.
One thought on “Hard copy journal to….OSS.”
you spent six rigorous weeks of hard work on this project and glad to see that you are imaginatively implementing artists methods towards the final outcomes. IN this project Journal as well as OSS is showing how you planned your journey -process and outcomes.