This is the first in a series of watercolour paintings I'm planning at the moment - it's not for university, just a personal project. The paper is slightly larger than A3. (also it's a cloudy day so please excuse the poor photo quality!)
This is a 5x5cm canvas painting of the Eagle Nebula for our new studio project.
I also really need to upload some of my latest works for our Painting paper... will get onto that asap.
Anywho, here's a couple of 20c coin sized drypoint prints of the world, too.
So I've been doing some large screen prints (a2) using found newspaper articles, where I've recreated the photograph by layering the text from the accompanying article. It's sort of an observation of 'filler' articles in newspapers - the ones that are just there to fill space with a pretty picture. I'm showing here how the few paragraphs of text that comes with them is totally inconsequential.
I think it's amazing they printed a newspaper article about pandas eating cake...
Top: 2 A1 pages, left with tiny ink blobs, and the same blobs on the right aligned in the exact same places, but magnified and their outlines drawn in fineliner. (excuse the quality - the photo was taken at night.)
Bottom: A1, original ink blob (in the very middle) magnified again and again, using fine liner and calligraphy ink.