After reading through the exercises of project 6 and and looking through my sketchbook, I decided to choose the following drawings:
I chose this drawing because of the colours and the composition.
This is technically no drawing but just an experiment where I cut out squares and placed them in other spaces. I chose this solely because of the shapes that appeared when I put back the squares.
I chose these rubber stamps because of the textures.
This is also not a drawing but I like the texture of the paper napkins and the colours.
A picture of the Golden rock in Mon State, Myanmar and my drawing of it where I tried to emulate the the different textures of the rock.
Drawing of a tangerine. I really like the colours and texures.
I found it difficult to make fabric collages based upon the drawings that I chose. I was not sure how literal the collages had to be. But looking at the fabric samples that I put together in Stage 1 and experimenting with overlapping different fabrics, shapes and colours, I made these fabric collages:
The collage I made of the Amaryllis drawing. It is a quite literal collage where I tried to mimic the different colours of the flower with different sheer fabrics. Because it is so literal, I think the collage does match the drawing.
This collage is also quite literal. I chose to cut out the shapes of two squares out of fabric and experiment with different types of fabric.
I put organza on different types of fabric to recreate the textures of the stamps. The collage does not match the stamps exactly, but it does have a the different textures that the stamps have as well.
I cut strips out of different fabrics to emulate the different colours of the Golden Rock. The collage does not match the image.
Because this is not inspired by an actual drawing, the collage does not match the source material. But I do think that the calm nature of the source material reflects in the collage.