Kari M.

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Phase 5: Coordinates for Focal Point Patterns

Hi Everyone,

I'm Kari from Boston. I'm a product designer (my work is on my website, karidesign.com) and I'm trying to add pattern & surface design to my repertoire! I find the Adobe Illustrator program challenging, but every day I'm improving, and this project is a great way to move forward. Nice to meet you all and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's work.

KARI

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1/25: sketches to illustrations, Hosta la Vista:

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1/25: Sketches to illustrations, Flower Frolic:

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1/25: Sketches to illustrations, Orchidaceae:

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Here's my color palette, and some photos of the Rosa Rugosa that I wanted to use for my pattern. And some bees, too.

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I did some simple sketches, and then scanned them into Ai. After trying different things I ended up feeling most comfortable drawing all of it over again with the Wacom, then using Live paint.

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The top three are the repeats with flower bunches and bees in different colorways.

The two below are the bouquet repeats, The first uses the color palette and the second is a different colorway.

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THANK YOU Bonnie Christine for a great class and for generously sharing all your valuable knowledge!

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