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I then bought together the shoe shop with the mannequins from the earlier study in this pencil and acrylic study. 20.5 BY 13
I experimented with my mannequins using the artist Alex Powers and further experimented with watercolour. Top -15 by 22 Bottom- 14 by 20.5
I fragmented my mannequins into a jigsaw puzzle. 15 by 12.25
SKETCH For my next study, I made a sketch of the reflections falling on a shop window, in acrylics, on salt crystal paper. 11 by 14.5
In this further study, I captured the reflections on a shop window in acrylic. 16 BY 13
Robert Jacks inspired the cubistic study. 17.5 BY 12
Clearly, by now mannequins were my main subject and they formed the basis for this mosaic. 16.5 BY 22.25
I created this surreal fantasy by placing my mannequins outside the Mohatta Palace, which is an old mansion now used as a museum. 16.5 BY 22.25
SKETCH For my next painting, I was trying out different colours for the background and choosing a composition for the mannequins. 21.5 by 14
I continued to investigate the mannequins with the inspiration of the Pakistani Artist Collin David. 14.25 BY 17
I deliberately used a more or less monochrome colour scheme for this collage of the mannequins 20 by 16
I initially did a mosaic in a blue colour scheme, but felt that it had not worked out. I then did another page and pasted over the unsuccessful mosaic as well as pasting small pieces over the whole combination. This overall effect was interesting and allowed me to move towards my final page. 18 by 22.75
SKETCH I made sketches to design a blue chiffon with white embroidery.
Keeping the summers in mind, I chose the soft sky blue colour. I made an ‘A’ line shirt, with two panels, alternating heavy and light embroidery. There are no slits on the sides.
SKETCH I made a sketch to design a aqua blue printed chiffon, with brown silk pants .
This sky blue outfit with brown print , is again an outfit for the summers. I added tiny frills around the neck as a finishing effect.
SKETCH I made sketches to design the baby pink cotton, with white cotton pants and white crotiat lace.
I made an ‘A’ line shirt, with pleats on the front and at the back. The bell bottoms and the shirt have the same lace at the bottom.
RELAXATION CONTROL TEST MARCH-APRIL 2009 DESCRIPTION- WE WERE GIVEN SEVERAL TOPICS A MONTH BEFORE OUR EXAM, THE TOPIC I CHOOSE WAS RELAXATION AND I CAPTURED DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF MY AND I RELAXING TOGETHER. We had a month to prepare 4 prep sheets, and were given 15 hours to prepare our final in the examination hall.
PREP SHEET 1- After a long day, many of us turn to our friends when its time to relax. That level of comfort and relaxation can only be achieved with a close friend. And thus I tried to capture the different activities my friend and I do to relax. I used various media such as watercolour, ink, tea staining and masking fluid. 22 by 28.75
PREP SHEET 3- I made experimental of my friend and myself. On the left, I have tried expressionism. The one in the middle was inspired by Lucan Freud and the one on the right is another stylistic painting. Left- 17.25 by 9.25 Middle and right- 17 by 9