I used a black A4 hard cover sketchbook as a tool to document my thought processes using spider diagrams; moodboards; research; reference material; and different combinations of design choices.
I attached other sheets containing: Mark-making experiments; paintings; etc, using a bulldog clip.
I used bulldog clips to make a small sketchbook for Exercise 1.6 Exploring drawing and painting ( I didn’t scan these images, but there are photographs of all of the pages in my learning log entry).
My sketchbook doesn’t follow the exact order of my exercises as I started working on several ideas for different exercises at the same time.
The colours of the scanned copies are not always accurate to the real colour of the images, especially for the mark-making sheets. The photographs in my learning log entries have better colour quality.
EXERCISE 2.1 WRITING A BRIEF:
EXERCISE 2.2 SPIDER DIAGRAMS:
EXERCISE 2.3 TURNING WORDS INTO PICTURES:
EXERCISE 2.4 MAKING A MOODBOARD:
EXERCISE 2.5 USING REFERENCE:
EXERCISE 2.6 EXPLORING DRAWING AND PAINTING:
I made a separate little sketchbook for this exercise as shown in the photographs in my learning log entry 🙂
EXERCISE 2.7 AN OBJECTIVE DRAWING:
EXERCISE 2.8 A SUBJECTIVE DRAWING:
EXERCISE 2.9 USING BLACK AND WHITE:
EXERCISE 2.10 CHOOSING CONTENT:
EXERCISE 2.11 VISUAL METAPHORS: