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Okay, so this is where i am. Long way from the beginning, huh? i decided to print on the paper and actually fold the plate, which is actually something that's been in the back of my mind since the beginning. i just didn't feel i was ready.
If i had done this from the beginning, i probably wouldn't have taken an abstract route and ended up making glorified origami paper. i'm actually very happy with this and where i am with the idea right now and i think i'm gonna work on this particular image for the remainder of the semester.
i just wish it looked as good in person as it does in this image.
Posted by Bryan Rollins at 10:09 PM
Obviously i skipped part 3. it wasnt too significant of a jump, but maybe later. Again, i just ink the folded shape and print it. I decided to create my own and be a more abstract. The most interesting part is the way the shapes under the surface come through and create more complex ones.
Posted by Bryan Rollins at 10:13 PM
Okay, so i figured out something to do with the environment, but i just have to take it a little farther. These experiments were really helpful, but its moving too slow. i think i'll take a break from these images for a while.
Here's an experiment for printmaking class. i'm working with origami for pretty much every class this semester. for this one, i decided to use origami animals to print like stamps. i need to figure out something for the environment though.