There are many reasons why I decided to pick the 4 designs out of the 100 sketches that I had drawn. First of all, they all caught my eye after I looked over my completed sketches. I do admit some of my sketches were definitely not non-objective, therefore I decided not to choose those in particular. I wanted to pick my designs with the instructions of the project in mind as well as knowing I would have to cut these lines out of construction paper. Even though they were non-object designs, they still reminded me of certain images or interpretations of something. I tried to pick four sketches that stuck with the rules, yet still had character to them.I am very happy with the four I picked and I hope you like them as well!
One Hundred Thumbnail Sketches Completed!
Final Designs Completed!
This is my redesign of one of my final designs with bristol paper and a soft graphite pencil. I picked to recreate this particular drawing because I felt like I had too much negative space in the original piece. I added a couple more curved lines which helped make it look like a completed drawing.
I did have craftsmanship errors when it came to my final designs. I had a few pencil lines on my construction paper where I hadn’t completely cut according to my drawing. Also, my lines at times, looked “torn” instead of cut even when they were, indeed, cut with my knife tool.
Hi everyone! My name is Miranda Wood and I am a transfer student from East Carolina University and I am twenty-one years young. I am currently a Photography major at Savannah College of Art and Design. I was born and raised in Elizabeth City, North Carolina which is located near the Outer Banks. I came to SCAD because I do believe it is the school that will ultimately help me achieve my goals in becoming a fashion photographer. I enjoy various genres of music, tattoos, and being able to be myself around good friends. I miss home tremendously but SCAD is definitely where I want to be.
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