Tools for a Hangover

Tools for a Hangover - student project

I wanted to come up with a list of "tools" to help people recover from a hangover. I chose five things that you may already have at home, or are easy to get and colours that aren't too bright or contrasting, so it's easy on the hungover eye.

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I listed my objects and started my sketches. I chose to work with the last sketch although I changed the composition a bit.

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2.

I didn't have any ink so I used black paint and pencil to make my marks and textures. I think I should have spent a bit more time considering which marks and textures I might need before I went ahead with this stage. The pencil and paint worked out fine, but I'm looking forward to using ink next time.  Here are a few examples.

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Here is my final image.

Tools for a Hangover - image 8 - student project

This was a really interesting project and I learnt so much. Thank you!