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Reflection on Assignment Four

MMT Assignment 4 - Monoprinting - Exercise Four - Working with stencils

I found this assignment both enjoyable and frustrating! Back-drawing and working with stencils were the exercises that I felt produced the most pleasing outcomes. The early collatypes were not particularly successful and drawing on the plate produced very mixed results. What was satisfying about this assignment, specifically with regard to the less successful samples, was […]

Reflection on Assignment One

Watercolour images inspired by plants growing over a wainlap fence in the garden

I enjoyed completing this assignment and, whilst not all my practice samples were successful in most cases I understand why and will learn from these samples to adapt and refine future work. In particular I am developing a better feel for matching materials to tools (the paper choice in the crumpling exercises for example) and […]

Sorting & Reflection

Sorting and reflection is an essential part of the learning process. My sorting and reflection posts can be found for each assignment as follows: Sorting Assignment One Assignment Two Assignment Three Assignment Four Assignment Five Reflection Assignment One Assignment Two Assignment Three Assignment Four Assignment Five

Reflection on Assignment One

Watercolour images inspired by plants growing over a wainlap fence in the garden

I enjoyed completing this assignment and, whilst not all my practice samples were successful in most cases I understand why and will learn from these samples to adapt and refine future work. In particular I am developing a better feel for matching materials to tools (the paper choice in the crumpling exercises for example) and […]