Day 14- And I think I love this one the best. I interpreted the picture I took of veins and droplets on a leaf.
My takeaways from this class are that I could let loose to let my hand & tools guide me towards creating an abstract piece of beauty, I could dissect pieces I make, into elements I like and don't like- to be able to find what is it that I love and could repeat, transform, take them to their true potential.
Day 13- I did a Take 2 combining ideas from my day 1 lines of varying widths & day 10 of undulating messy lines.
Day 12- structure to me, speaks of rhythm and that's what my piece has come to be, I suppose.
Day11- Transformation. I think I liked the defined edges my attempt at transformation gave the original piece from day 5.
Day 10- I was fascinated by the white smokescreen from an incense cone a few days ago- the patterns and the curves of 'em. Stronger and whiter at the tip and slowly dispersing and fading away as they went higher.
Day 9- was looking at these periwinkle flowers earleir in the day, and that is what got stuck in my brain after day 9 class. I tried to interpret it on a half wet paper with inks.
Day 8- Here's colored ink on a mostly wet page. After completing, I turned the piece upside down for a new perspective.
Day 7- I wasn't too particular about keeping them in 3d form, i tried to go with continuous strokes
Day 6- Though I do draw with this prompt often, the end result is not always successful. Here's my two attempts with ink and a dagger brush
Day 5- This prompt is natural to me, seeing as to how often I use it
Day 4- I went in with watercolor pencils in short straight strokes and brushed some water over them.
Day 3- I went about as slow as I could :D
it was... theraputic
Day 2- I started with a few initial blind strokes, it looked like a backpack or a dragon to me, so I continued bringing out more of the latter- it looks comical, doesn't it?
Day 1- This felt good. Though, initially I went in wanting to get the end product to look exactly like i pictured it in my head (it was somewhat like this and more refined) but I did improvise A LOT!