Thursday, 18 February 2010

Chapter 2: Exploring Textures with Papers

I only had small pieces of black card to use (A6) so I put 2 tester pieces on each.  Ripping and folding with different types of paper.

Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3
Sample 4
Sample 5
 An A4 piece of card (or I should say 2 x A6 pieces taped together) for an experiment of scrunching paper down from A4 to fit in to a smaller section.

a - tissue paper
b - brown wrapping paper
c - tracing paper
d -  drafting paper
e - newspaper 
f - rice paper
g - kitchen roll
h - copy paper

A6 pieces of card with 'Manipulated tissue paper' samples.

Sample 1 - strips twisted and knotted
Sample 2 - holes punched then scrunched and holes glued around

Sample 3 - twisted strips then tissue glued over them

Sample 4 - piece of tissue put through a pleating machine

Sample 5 - pleated

Sample 6 - pleated, twisted and knotted 

Sample 7 - pleated, twisted and knotted

Sample 8 - pleated, scrunched with holes

Sample 9 - twisted, scrunched with holes

Sample 10 -  pleated, pleated with holes

Sample 11 - pleated

Sample 12 - pleated

Sample 13 - pleated and twisted

Sample 14 - pleated

Sample 15 - pleated, twisted and knotted

Sample 16 - scrunched, pleated and twisted

Sample 17 - pleated, twisted and knotted

I misread Sian's instructions - I should have combined 2 processes in the same piece of paper which I have done in some samples but in most of the them I  combined 2 processes in a sample.


Fiona said...

these samples and photos look great!

ferinn said...

I love your pleated samples ,they dance on the page.

sharon young said...

What a lovely selection of samples, I especially like the ones you've done on the pleating machine, the look really exciting.
Thanks for dropping in on my blog, it was great to see another student there :-)

sharon young said...

Hi Susan
The penny's just dropped, it wasn't till i saw your full name on Sian's blog list that I realised you're and ex Calendar Girl :-)

Pattee said...

Wow you are so creative...
An X calendar girl? Hmm that sounds cool!

sanjay mishra said...

amazing.... these really inspire me to do a fresh things........