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Manipulations

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  • 1. I created a collage in order to experiment with colour, texture and layers. I then scanned this collage in to use it in my manipulations. Within my collage there are metal clips, brown parcel paper, cut up digital collages, pencil crayon in red, pages from books and digital edits on acetate.
  • 2. This is a board that I created, layered objects on to, sanded, added texture then printed off in blue ink onto paper. I did this so that I could use the print behind some of my materials I needed for my cover practise. This was all carved into to create the deep lines and where there is texture I used glued sand to create the pattern.
  • 3. Through process of experimentation I created each of these cover images. They all have the same contents just through different visible layers, styles of colour. I like these because they are powerful pieces and work well together even though they are not connected at all. I did this in order to experiment with Photoshop techniques, see what worked for me and what I could use for my digi-pack in my A2 year of Media alongside my music video.
  • 4. My Inspiration I used this painting by Hudertwasser as my inspiration for my back cover of the practise digi pack and where I could write the titles to each song. I didn’t have a solid idea here so my experimentation techniques where to try everything to see what happened and then go from there with each design, add colour and change styles.
  • 5. I used this collage edit of three of the long exposure images I earlier created as my back baseline throughout the edits of my back cover.
  • 6. I then added the Bauhaus inspired print work and previous sketch to the edit of the collage.
  • 7. I progressively added different sketches to the edit that I had drawn before and added more colour. I experimented further with this by then experimenting with text afterwards.