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    Exploring the theme Biomorphic and Organic Forms found in our surroundings. The aim is to produce and experiment with different medium of materi… Read More
    Exploring the theme Biomorphic and Organic Forms found in our surroundings. The aim is to produce and experiment with different medium of materials to extract the shapes and textures found in the nature. The final outcomes that I have decided to use will then be used for fashion, 2D visual communication, photography and graphic design as garments, posters, and series of photographs. Read Less
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Exploring biomorphic forms through the use of wire experimentation...
Exploring biomorphic forms through the use of wire experimentation... 

Leaf skeleton picked up from a park at Lickey Hills.
Exploring biomorphic forms by detailed illustration of a leaf's skeleton that I picked up from a park at Lickey Hills.
Biomorphic forms seen in a forest. Experimenting through the use of ink. This project was used for my fashion and textiles subject.
Using variety of ink and photocopier to change the colour of a leaf while gathering the texture and patterns from this leaf.
Using a fabric I cut-out some of the petals of a flower that I photographed on a garden. Then I reform its appearance and photocopied it to negative. 
This was a detailed drawing that I drew from our visit at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. We were given the task to draw inspirational biomorphic artist's work that we have seen whilst going around the park.
This was the second version of Barbara Hepworth's sculpture that I drew from our visit at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. On this work I decided to change the colour into negative to make it more realistic and bring out the experimentation of lighting. 
This was another sculpture that I illustrated from The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. On this work I decided to experiment with hand rendered and digital illustration.
Exploring Biomorphic Forms through the use of technical mark making tools. It's a close-up texture of a tree that I photographed at Lickey Hills.
Exploring Biomorphic Forms through the use of technical mark making tools. It's a close-up texture of a tree that I photographed at Lickey Hills.