Weekly pattern

Posted on in Art, Graphic Design, Pattern, Work in progress.

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I combined the marks from last week with some colors, other strokes and marks and areas of color.

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Various directions, frequency and length of the strokes. And tiny triangles of ink coming through the paper.20161012_165540kThe strokes get wider. Due to ink and paintbrush. While the slim strokes of the rapidograph seem to be a unity, the brush-strokes look like single ones. Every one on his own.20161012_165546kAnd the decreasing amount of ink brings in some variety with gaps, stripes and marks in every mark.20161012_165555k20161012_165630kAnother experiment made with a plastic lid and some ink. The way I put on the ink on the lid was directly printed to the paper and is clearly visible.20161012_165623kThe ink was drying out really fast so I couldn’t print the whole lid in every try.20161012_165640kA small collection of plastic lid prints.20161012_165947kSome pages of my sketchbook were filled with simple marks.20161012_170023k20161012_165931k20161012_165957kSomehow the oval was my favorite. That’s the reason you can find it on multiple pages in the sketchbook. In different styles. There are patterns where the oval is made in just one drive and patterns with ovals where I layed multiple ovals over the first.

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At least I made a bigger version of the oval pattern on a 50 x 70 cm watercolor-paper.20161012_171142kEvery one looking a little bit different than the next one.20161012_171153kNot a single one is perfect.

 

Love,

-Ema-

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