Wednesday, December 18, 2013

No:::31 Surface Design Linear Pattern Collections

No:::31 Surface Design Linear Pattern Collections


It is interesting that when studying design influences and looking closer at all the different surface design patterns that are out there one can actually trace lots of inspiration back to either nature or naturally occuring patterns . 

Studying all the different permutations that I have come across so far in my Ralire Study Project,  I was intriqued to play with the resulting line designs to form patterns that would be particularly suitable for surface design, such as stitching, printing, drawing for textiles and canvas, furnishings , painterly embellishments for mixed media artworks and incorporating symbology in a more decorative fashion into commercial surface design.


I have upload the first 2 Surface Pattern Design Collections over at my Printables website for you to enjoy

 http://www.milliande-printables.com/printable-linear-patterns-surface-design-lineart-capi-2.html

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http://www.milliande-printables.com/printable-linear-patterns-surface-design-lineart-capi-3.html 

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And the First Surface Design Collection not directly related to the Ralire Study but fun nevertheless, more themed on a flower and petal idea



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Feedback always welcome ::: Please leave a comment below


::: Milliande :-) 

The Ralire Study - Developing Sketchbooks , Drawing for Textiles and Canvas, Meaningful Markmaking Logbook , Image Library , Inquiry into the Nature of Random Linear Remnants , Lines and Art Research Project by Milliande Demetriou

 

2 comments:

  1. I am simply loving your ralire studies...

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  2. Your ralire studies are very interesting, intrigued with the bubble project and feel inclined to try this. Thank you so much for the pattern printables. I hope I can say this without causing offense: on your previous site I used to stop by , then feel overwhelmed by the amount of choices, archives, projects going on that I couldn't get going myself . Someone pointed out to me recently, that it was over-stimulation that I felt, which was causing me to feel overwhelmed. Here, where you show you studies, experiments I am intrigued and wanting to take more interest. It feels to me like you may have taken a step back from doing so much. Thank you for sharing what you do.

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