Media Exploration Day 25 - Create a collage of a musical artist that inspires you
I decided to dedicate a page to Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (Kiriko Takemura)! She is a Japanese model and recording artist. Her music is upbear and has unique themes for them, like putting on fake eyelashes and candy. She recently came to Toronto, and sadly, I missed out on her visit. I’m glad I could dedicate my last page of media exploration about her though, she brightens up my sketchbook!
Media Exploration Day 23 - Cover a page using drinks
-Green tea (matcha powder created gritty texture)
Pictures of New York City - Taken over March break, 2014
Photos are taken by me!
Media Exploration Day 22 - Create a 2 colour wash
I decided to use orange and blue because they are my favourite complimentry colours!
Media Exploration Day 20 - Cover a page with white things
I have a box of receipts, clothing tags and candy wrappers and always use them for crafting. I decided to use them here as well!
Media Exploration Day 19 - Document a morning
I used makeup, seedless raspberry jam, nutella, cranberry juice and shampoo to make a self portrait of me and what I did this morning.
Media Exploration Day 18 - Document a trip, paint a wash over it
I decided to document my March break trip to New York City for this page. I used receipts, buisness cards, candry wrappers, and other things to show where and what I did. I chose the colour green for the wash, because it s the colour of American money. The trip was a lot of fun, but I would’ve definately had liked to hae more time there!
Media Exploration Day 17 - Find a simple object and cover the page with simple contour drawings of it
I decided to contour an old mascara tube. It looked very bland so I decided to watercolour it, which made the pen bleed.
Media Exploration Day 16 - Scribble on a page with a pencil; blend with a paper towel to create a value
I decided to create many values side by side with colour inbetween them to recreate a city scape. I like looking at photos of cities with cars zooming and looking like blurs, so I recreated it minimalistically.