Thursday, 15 September 2016

Quilt Art (portfolio post)

Have you ever done quilt art? Well listen up and I will tell you all about when my class did quilt art...

Description: This term like I said already we did quilt art I am going to brag about it now, it looked amazing once it was finished simply astonishing. But now I will tell you how we made our masterpieces. 

Step 1. Choose the pattern that we were doing.
Step 2. Make pattern paper that has lots of different textures.
Step 3. Cut out the pattern paper with our template that we cut out.
Step 4. Glue them onto a piece of white paper or a different colour.
There you have it, it should turn out looking something like this:
Evaluation: I think that I was showing Panekiretanga because I persevered very well by sticking to my plan and making sure it was done. I think that I did this art to my very best! The hardest bit was cutting out all the pattern paper from the templates.

Feedback: I really like how have got really amazing background peices with the colour and the textures. It make your art look stunning. It was good that you put a lot of effort into your background peices because it looks super duper amazing!!!
Feedforward: Nothing. Emma 😄

Friday, 9 September 2016

Friday Challenge

Suzanne's nephew is going on a long flight to the UK.  He loves animals.  On the plane, he needs something that he can play with and keep him occupied in a small space.  The pieces/piece have to be able to be stored flat in a snaplock bag that can go in his pocket.  

3 possibilities to prototype are: 

  1. Make a 3D cardboard animal that has things that make it stand up and it can fold down easily.
  2. A string of different animals
  3. 2D cardboard animal.



 I have chosen Prototype this because:
 My first prototype: (This needs to be detailed enough so that someone else can make it) 

 Tester 1's Feedback and Recommendations:  I really liked:
A recommendation I have is: 
Based on my tester's feedback, the changes I want to make are:

 My second prototype: 
(This needs to be detailed enough so that someone else can make it) Tester 2's Feedback and Recommendations: