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This week we have been given the task to create our own composition interpretation of an renaissance painting into a more contemporary manner piece, using inspiration from music/fast food/ clothes/ labels/ imagination. The pieces above were previous paintings I used and digitally manipulated to hold a modern meaning.

Filed under Painting Modern Traditional Christ

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Jon Klassen is an illustrator I am particularly interested in due to the simplicity in his final outcomes. Subtle dots and textures create a sense of a floor and pattern to this piece. It is easy to understand considering there is very little detail to the subjects.

Jon Klassen is an illustrator I am particularly interested in due to the simplicity in his final outcomes. Subtle dots and textures create a sense of a floor and pattern to this piece. It is easy to understand considering there is very little detail to the subjects.

Filed under Book Illustration Bear Mole Childrens Jon Klassen

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This coming week I will Illustrating a book of my choice. I enjoy drawing animals in particular, so I plan to concentrate on animal books when choosing a book to illustrate . And the medias I wish to use are collage, painting, and digital process.
Contextual Reference
 Eric Carle is renowned for his ‘Hungry Caterpillar’ book Illustration, he has also illustrated many other books using the same mixture of medias. These include acrylic painting, collage of tissue paper and various other papers.

This coming week I will Illustrating a book of my choice. I enjoy drawing animals in particular, so I plan to concentrate on animal books when choosing a book to illustrate . And the medias I wish to use are collage, painting, and digital process.

Contextual Reference

 Eric Carle is renowned for his ‘Hungry Caterpillar’ book Illustration, he has also illustrated many other books using the same mixture of medias. These include acrylic painting, collage of tissue paper and various other papers.

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Chilli Poster
This is my final Chilli Festival poster, I begun by creating pencil and linear pen drawing, and afterwards applied colour and texture and tone to another piece of paper in the shape of the previous peppers I had drawn.
I then scanned in my drawings and digitally progressed so the colour and linear drawings became a single image. I researched food festival posters to get an idea as to what composition I was going to use. I found the poster below of a food and wine festival, and found the colours, text and composition appealing, therefore I used this poster as my main inspiration.

Filed under Chilli Festival Poster Hot hot Spicy food