Tuesday, 23 March 2010
I am now in week 5 of my final project at HCA, and excluding 2 weeks at easter, I have 4 weeks left to finish my project. So far I have looked at different buildings, like the pictures below, but I have explored and developed the techniques used. Such as sewing through paper to create the image or like in this case, nails in a board.
Tuesday, 9 March 2010
Onto my final project at College now, and this is the one which will generate a grade at the end of the course. It is following along the lines of the Spirograph yet on buildings. These are the first 3D pieces I have made which are tests for the method of production. The orange triangle is spirograph design sewn onto clear plastic and then the four pieces sewn together. The purple one is created stringing thread around pins then pva gluing over, untill the glue is dry, and then sewn together. The green triangle is made from creating a frame from wooden downling, sawing notches along each piece, then wrapping the thread in a spirograph design, then attaching them together by sewing. I decided the method by which the orange triangle is made is much better.
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
I have applied for a place on the Contemporary Applied Arts Degree Course at Hereford College of Arts, today was my Interview and I'm happy to say that I have got a place. The following images Portfolio Section One to Four are images of the Portfolio I put together for the Interview, basically all of the work I have achieved so far except any 3D pieces.