I will continue to use the evaluation framework from my previous tutor for convenience. Although somewhat long winded, the approach does provide me with a series of different lenses through which to consider my work on the projects. Although I’m sure a lighter weight approach would suffice, this approach does seem to be effective for reflection. As I did the preparation as a block, however, I will do the evaluation together as well.
This has really been a long running project which has stumped me, and I’m not totally happy with the results as yet. I do feel, however, it might be time to move on. Maybe. In the second image I am, at long last, getting happier. The images are still far from perfect, but they have definitely improved.
Its taken me a while to actually start Project 4.1. Partly this was taking a break in general, but I have also been trying to do some practice and consideration of how best to approach it. The brief makes it clear that this is about building a network of lines and not continually rubbing stuff out if you make a mistake. It is also about building a fair sense of tone with line based marks rather than density of mark making material. These approaches are both quite new to me. Continue reading “Project 4.1: Making a start”
As for the previous project I’m going to start with reflection on the image itself… Continue reading “Project 3.2: Evaluation and Reflection”