petemay asked: I think that the drawing of the building through the cracked pane of glass is fantastic! I think that it gives it a whole new depth that you really capture in the pencil!
I think that the sticking up with masking take is also in keeping with the work, but for the degree show i think that a framed drawing would work best.
How funny I’ve really have mixed feedback on the cracked glass drawing and the tape on the corners - I agree for display (esp at degree show) that’s not appropriate, but I don’t think I would frame it either - definately something to think about! Mucho appreciated Tumblr King - one love x
Solar panel drawing #1
pencil on tracing paper
Drawings from photographs I took during a road trip from Portugal to Spain in summer 2010. I think these drawings are quite sweet and delicate in their scale - both are on A4 tracing paper. The A4 size format is a ready made so has it’s set backs (format does need consideration for exhibition-worthy and saleable pieces) but for my own mapping and exploration of ideas I find it adequate. In a funny way there are aspects about the images scanned that I like that you don’t get with the actual pieces (e.g accentuated colours and gradients that the scanner picks up, dirty marks), but the original drawings have a more tactile and delicate aesthetic of course. The fact that both papers are ripped and have selotape, for me, only adds to the work.