As the Encounter module began, I started to talk to my tutor about how I could present the contents of my little books in a professional and immersive manner. Prior to my Mock Viva, I had had the idea to create an animation and then present the little black books themselves. However, after hearing through… Continue reading Field PDP
After collecting my prints during the hectic 2 week degree show build, I put together my professional portfolio! In hind sight, I think that I should have used a more finished and skilled image as the very first one, but since I wanted to keep my work either portrait or landscape on each double page… Continue reading Professional Portfolio
As the start of the two week degree show build commences, illustration have gotten together to build the gallery walls for our part of the show. Although this time is stressful, there is a lot of hard-work and teamwork going on. This is great for curation and DIY practice as it has helped me learn… Continue reading Degree Show Build
I have created a series of mini books to help present the process of my tabloid making, from the ink and colour scheme to the grey palette I used during the digital editing process. I printed the digital ones out on different paper as a test to see how the colours will come out on… Continue reading Colour and Process
As well as painting, drilling, sawing and measuring in preparation for the degree show, I have also been creating the display for my tabloids. I plan to have speech and thought bubbles floating above the plinth or surface in which my tabloids will sit. This is so that when someone is reading my tabloid, it… Continue reading The Purpose of The Speech Bubbles
To help understand how to set up my installation for the Degree Show, I have started to make a miniature model of roughly how it may look. I have set this up on my desk as part of my hand-in for the 6th and feel that it is successful enough to be recreated as… Continue reading Miniature Installation
My tabloids arrived today! The colours came out very nicely the 55gsm paper, and I love the added newspaper-esque black tab in the top corner of each page. It will be very interesting to see how they work in a gallery environment. I hope that what I have planned for them is successful. The size… Continue reading Tabloid!