Will did this as his first repeated design project, looks good Will. You wanted it at the top-we put it at the top!
I do this design project with all my classes. At different ages it teaches different things and as the student get older they can develop their ideas more. It’s intended to teach concepts such as repeated, overlap, no over lap, random, orderly and it’s also a way of introducing fabric design-I want the students to understand that the designs they see on fabric are drawn by somebody.
Ms. Brenna did this and it came out great. Nice simple circles combined into an engaging design.
I like the way this student incorporated the scissors into the design. It’s partially done here, a little more completed below.
A work in progress.
A great variation of the pac man shape.
This should be a fairly intense piece when it’s done. You have to admire this kind of drive.
I like this kind of thing a lot. Simple patterns combined into a nice finished piece. I believe her name is Ms. Eiliana.
One more student who yells, “don’t take a picture of my face!” Umm…ok.
Z wanted me to use this photo. It wouldn’t have been my choice, but hey.
Nice repeated design with circles.
Another nice simple design, carefully done. I’m thinking this is Trinity’s. If not I hope someone tells me to correct this.
I am so appreciative of two students who don’t mind a photo of them and their work!
I believe this is the second assignment done by Ms. Brenna N. Great stuff!
This is the finished version of the one listed above.
Great colors on this. I boosted the saturation a bit when I was editing the photos, but it’s a nicely colored piece by any measure.