Principals of Design
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easy printing on fabric
If you haven't heard of scratch foam then you are missing out! It is basically a thin piece of soft styrofoam that can be scratched and "carved" into with simple tools. Made for kids, but perfect to use in simple surface design projects when you are looking to transfer pattern and create texture.
Bob Keyes: Waynflete kids see trees, create a forest
"Arboretum" involves 23 white trees cut from heavy-stock drawing paper. They hang on the walls and in formation in the center of the gallery. Walking through the gallery feels something like a walk through a bright, white forest. Each panel of paper measures 7 feet tall and 4 feet wide.
Moving figures inspired by Futurism
Moving figures inspired by Futurism. reproduce the movement of a figure using the method of overlapping sequences and force lines used by the Futurists in their works. Using a manikin of paperboard we have drawn on a white sheet, some moving figures with colored felt-tip pens. Then we added the force lines around the figure to emphasize movement, and with a brush and water we dilute the color of the markers. The watercolor effect of the colors has given further dynamism to the design.