Tuesday, October 27, 2009

pattern - IF - 9/25/09

well, "pattern" was the word for 9/25. i had an idea immediately, but didn't get it started immediately. then the other problem is that i can't seem to work in small sizes. i might think of it small, but it almost always turns out larger than i originally planned.

the original idea is the paisley shape, but also that a paisley is filled with design and pattern, too. so, it's a paisley pattern filled with a group of other patterns making a pattern of patterns. hopefully it worked out to some extent.

well, oboviously, i didn't get this finished in time to post it to illustration friday, but i DID finally finish it and want to post it here.

this is done in a barnes & noble hardback notebook of white paper and drawn w/ a ball point pen. the finished size is 8" x 10".


Blogger Warren Bunch said...

riahna loves this "whale" and thinks it should be for her... after all, she does have a fishy blankie from gma mickie!

so yeah, try to reason with that logic... especially 2 hours past her bedtime!

Tue Oct 27, 10:33:00 PM CDT  
Blogger Alex said...

beautiful patterns combination! :) reminds me of different types of cells in our bodies forming a group to create functions, eventually organs and systems. ^^ It's really nice to see how much fine details could contribute to the bigger picture

Wed Oct 28, 12:06:00 AM CDT  
Blogger Ramona Davidson said...

I would be so bad at doing this, as I could never come up with so many interesting patterns. I admire someone with that kind of talent. Good job and idea.

Wed Oct 28, 01:48:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW!!! Very impressive Jill!!!

chris montgomery

Wed Oct 28, 04:14:00 PM CDT  
Blogger Possum Patty said...

A nice piece of work!

Wed Oct 28, 06:42:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a fascinating work - I spent much time just wondering at all the shapes and movement within the paisley. wow. well done.

Thu Oct 29, 02:17:00 AM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes i can see why riahna think it looks like a whale. to me it looks like one of the gourd we have with the mold growing on it. but i watch you draw the piece and love to see your work and can't wait to see more. Love from mr. wonderful

Thu Oct 29, 01:07:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I inclination not agree on it. I regard as warm-hearted post. Especially the title-deed attracted me to be familiar with the intact story.

Thu Jan 14, 11:28:00 AM CST  
Blogger Graciela said...

Beautiful!!!!!! Congrats-

Tue Jun 22, 07:01:00 PM CDT  

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