My Second project of the first term of my 2nd year and it felt so much better than first that's for sure. I was in the studio or the print room on a week daily basis, its so easy to do a load of prints and I did produce a nice body of work.
The project required me to explore an area of number and produce four outcomes around that subject area, I chose to look at Barcodes. Particularly Human Barcoding and the concept of Barcodes being everywhere in our Daily lives. It was a messy project, my main printing processes being Screenprint and Lino print, Lino being the messy process as I found it took the longest to dry which proved a problem when compose one my final outcomes which was on tracing paper.
Sunday, 7 December 2014
This was one of my first project of my 2nd year on my University Illustration course, it was very enjoyable, I thoroughly enjoyed the subject matter even if the outcome wasn't as fully developed as it could have been and it wasn't as well received by some of my lecturers in the assessment feedback, it gave me a chance to learn from my mistakes and do better in the project that was to follow.
Here I explore the theories of Time travel with my protagonist in this sequence of 10 images, here I look at specifically the Butterfly effect, it supposed effects on the time line. My protagonist travels to the past and being a clumsy cluts begins to cause chaos in the time line by stepping on butterflies and shooting a dinosaur and the results aren't good when he finally returns to the so called present.