Thursday, 29 March 2012

Testing

 Testing possible combinations of printing blocks for ribbons. Blocks printed individually on paper, scanned, and then mixed and matched digitally. Testing cushion cover prints too:


Fifteen different blocks means a lot of possible combinations; I don't think I'm going to be able to think of names for each pattern. Would it be too cold to call them by number? 1215, or 143? What if I wrote it out: Twelvefifteen?

6 comments:

June (planetjune) said...

I love the idea of Twelvefifteen etc! Plus it makes it clearer whether 143 is Fourteenthree or Onefortythree...

strikk handknits said...

I'm agreeing on the Twelvefifteen idea, but then again doin "No.123" also looks good. Sorry, not much help my side, but do like the new designs indeed :-)

sweet and soutie said...

} wat van 'kuiken twelffifteen', aangesien die 'plant' so baie kuikens maak ;) jou prints lyk pragtig.

flowerpress said...

I like one, four, five and seven best, I think :-)
Can't wait to see them in colour.

mizu designs said...

These are stunning! And I love love love the monochrome palette.

gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

these are so beautiful. love the bottom one especially :)