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Project Evaluation: Re-Generation

What was successful:

  • Practicing fashion illustrations
  • Practicing figure proportions
  • Executing a very conceptual idea into a tangible, textured garment
  • The final garment
  • Idea development
  • Sheet presentations…
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Know what you want to make

Continuing the preface section of the blog that will deal with the “mental game” of pottery. w

Often while I am teaching novice students (ones that have been throwing long enough to know the basics of how to make shapes) I’ll hear the frustration in their voice about how they make the same shape over and over. 433 more words


How Randomness Can Add Creativity To Your Photography

In many ways, the high technology of the modern world spoils us, especially when it comes to photography. Thanks to computers and Photoshop, there is more scope than ever before to be creative and to be expressive in photos. 517 more words


Befriending what is

So I woke up this morning irritated. Irritated that I have poison ivy again. Irritated that it is too early in the season to even… 228 more words


Technique Spotlight: Momentum

Now that we have covered alignments in a standing position, and know our direction, it’s time to discuss momentum. After all, dance is movement – and we need to know in which way we are going! 298 more words


[DOSSIER] La génération procédurale

On est en 1970, John Horton Conway est un mathématicien qui s’ennuie et comme le Sudoku n’a pas encore été inventé, il décide de se pencher sur un problème… mathématique. 409 more words