Today I'm working on a commissioned educational display involving a Venn diagram. After I compiled everything I needed to include, inspiration hit, and a clear direction emerged. I did a quick scribbled sketch, to help me work out the general layout. I'm piecing it together now, and will share the finished project later since this jumbled mess is surely only clear to me, lol.
The finished, hand drawn piece, which included dimensional components in clay and felt, and removable velcro elements, for interactive use. The intended audience is a 4th grade class. This project was done within the client's limited window of time and budgetary resources. Given greater resources, I would probably have created a digital design, had it professionally printed, and added the dimensional elements to the print. But it was fun to create!
Scribble figures, shown to me by an art teacher when I was a child, were some of my first methods
of practicing figures and poses. Read more about these here.
I recently upgraded my mobile phone. This is my first digital sketch on my new device. Lots of fun to create.
Last night I dreamed I was picking something to wear at some sort of ridiculously high end hotel/boutique. In the dream, I ended up trying on this futuristic geometric number in a deep blue, with super high heels to match. So I had to sketch out the dress from the dream. What could it mean, lol?
I'm supposed to be asleep, but I couldn't rest until I got some things out of my head and onto paper. These are ideas I haven't had time to tackle yet, but hope to as the holiday rush calms down. I'm not ready to reveal details yet, but I'm looking forward to it in the near future!
A feed of original sketches by Renée
Renée Parker is a
self-taught multimedia artist
Read more here.
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