Below is the step by step process of the mouth guard camera. Using the simple touch of an iPhone cover as an attachment for filming with an iPhone, I started by sanding and shaping a piece of metal which I will attach the iPhone case to using a glue gun. I made sure the metal was […]Read more "Mouth Guard Camera"
This is a Mixtape cover for my friends who are currently music artists and Djs. I wanted to create a fresh and dynamic cover which brings them both together and shows how close they are. Designed and drawn on illustrator, this graphic has a bold and details feel to it, the dark purple gradient pushes […]Read more "Chrs & Catchy Mixtape Cover"
Here are some of the pie charts made from different materials I come into contact with on a weekly basis. The charts have been constructed to a accurate measurement of how much I spend doing different activities over the course of 1 week. Some straight forwards others a bit more abstract. I used Foam Board […]Read more "Statistics of Me"
To help me understand an object I need to draw it, visualise it in my head and on the page in front of me. This task helped me construct a good understanding of objects brought into university. Part of my Ecology and design week. This exercise consists of 5 minute drawings of first, 5 objects. […]Read more "Understanding Objects"
‘Exploded Sketchs’ a type of drawing which helps you understand the inside-out of an object. In this case a skateboard and a sketchbook with utensils. I have broken down the raw materials and parts of each object. This is a great way of researching and exploring different ways of developing a project. After I drew […]Read more "Skateboard Notebook"
Experimenting with different drawing techniques, I drew my dad, in small bursts of 2 – 3 mins and 30 seconds. This made my drawings free lucid and spontaneous. This exercise was very fun as I had never drawn with my wrist or with my mouth. These techniques of drawings created some interesting marks and shapes […]Read more "Drawing Exercises"
After skating the wheels, I work into them more.I wanted to use the same traditional Japanese artwork on my Netsukes. I researched Japanese seasonal colours. I chose the colours of the four seasons, e.g. Red and white wheel was winter, using the white as snow. Beneath the paint I drew a Bonsai tree, wrapping around […]Read more "Final Netsukes"