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Kimberly-Ann Bishopp
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Project 4 Review
Did you manage to 'make space move'? Yes, I thought this was a bit ridiculous but I understand now! What are your thoughts about the drawings you did in Stage 3? I liked working from previous work, I didn't spend too much time on making these drawings 'perf...
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Project 4 Stage 4
Developing design ideas from previous work. I started by pushing all the concurrent ideas on one page in (because they were all screaming for attention at once). I photocopied the main shapes and the bird drawing from previous work. I made some stamps and t...
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Project 4, Stage 3
This stage was all about looking over previous work for inspiration and for ideas to redo into new work. I started by filtering out the most boring stuff and laying out the rest on the couch and floor. I then narrowed down the field to the pieces that were ...
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Project 4 Stage 2
Working from resource material with a viewing frame: Splitting one image down into texture, colour and shape Reworking with the parts I found more interesting/intriguing: (Here I liked the flat texture against the pattern. I couldn't decide if the pattern i...
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Project 4, Stage 1
I thought this Stage would be a little bit boring and wouldn't make much sense to me, but after moving the squares on the paper I could see what the book meant by making the space 'move'. I looked over some of my previous work and could see how I tend to ar...
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Project 3 Research Point
This research point was to look at a textiles piece from the home which held significance or interest for you. I examined my uniform hat a lot closer. I've worn this thousands of times and never really looked at it properly so this was quite refreshing. I r...
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Zentangle
I did a bit of zentangle work in my A3 sketchpad - I really enjoy working with the patterns and think the combinations of patterns (or 'tangles') look really nice. The details are fascinating. I can see how these could be worked into fabric pattern design, ...
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Project 3 Stage 6
Wow. This was the longest exercise ever . Not only are French knots slow but they are BORING, so when combined with the procrastination they are even slower. I took about 2 months doing this one sample and then ended up not doing any course work for several...
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