Part 3, Assignment 3. Sketchbook work and ideas for development

There are a few digital drawings and ideas I would like my tutor to see because they are relevant to what I have been doing.

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Graphite on cartridge paper.  These two sketches are based on photos taken from the news media, about Aleppo, Syria.  I was thinking about the destruction of community and have started to think about adding people.

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I have digitally added (with Corel PaintShop) my graphite drawings to photos of my stitch samples to give an idea of one thing I could do.  My printing would not be so precise as these drawings (!) but I could get a general idea across, perhaps.  Note to Tutor: For Assignment 3, I have pinned the drawings themselves to the fabric, as an exploration of ideas.

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This is a digital drawing of a rock on Marazion Beach.  I added a further contrast digital layer with stitch marks drawn on.  The rock looks weighed down.  It’s an exploratory idea.  My original drawing, made on the beach, is below (bottom left rock).

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Below are two more digital drawings on the iPad (Procreate app), based on Marazion beach – the wave marks and distribution of pebbles.

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These could be useful for development, either in the Final Project or in the Printing unit to follow.  However, I can also see them translated as embroidery onto clay or plaster, as on the plaster egg Here.

I used my photos to work from; the originals are below.

 

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