In week 7, I finished preparing these things: chose four drawings and got them framed, scanned the drawings and edited them with text on InDesign, printed the edited images on testing paper.
We started to prepare our exhibition space this week. I filled some holes on the wall of my exhibition wall and painted the words on the other side of the wall as the huge message board.
I bought dip pen and drawing ink yesterday after Al suggested me to try some simple materials such as pencils on Monday.
Week 5 was finally a productive week. I finished writing the story of my illustrated book on Monday and let Susan read through it. She then helped me to amend it. Followed by Susan's suggestion, the main character, a little boy, got his name started with Z
I tried another paper from our studio today. It’s Seawhite drawing cartridge. I also recorded a video of the drawing process. I think this paper is okay for gouache. But it’s a little bit too thin for me because I used to put a lot of water when I’m drawing. I think I still need … More Trying Material: Paper
Al and Susan suggested me to look up these illustrators and get familiar with their works. So here are what I found and my opinion of their works.
I came back from Taiwan this week. To tell the truth, I was too tired to do any work
I tried oil pastel with watercolour today and try to draw the main character of my story. These two materials are the ones that I’d like to use in my illustrated book.