Pattern 41

Pattern 41

The best feeling ever is when one of these patterns is finished! The worst feeling ever is sitting at my desk with a blank sketchbook page to be filled. Only a few more to go! Advertisements

Pattern 40

Pattern 40

A mixture of the previous two ‘toile de jouy’ attempts.

Pattern 38

Pattern 38

Thought i’d fit a quick pattern in before choosing one for my final collection. Hand drawn and repeated in Photoshop.

Pattern 37

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I’m SUPER glad I finally got around to giving this one a go! ‘Toile de Jouy’ inspired pattern attempt (i’m sure the first of many) featuring pieces from old patterns.
A mixture of hand-drawn, hand-painted, digitally drawn and photographic work. Repeated and edited in Photoshop CS4.

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Pattern 36

Pattern 36

Hand-drawn Dogtooth (or ‘Houndstooth’) pattern. Just a simple pattern until the more detailed one i’m working on is ready! Drawn with fine-liners and repeated in Photoshop.

Pattern 35

Pattern 35

London inspired pattern. Hand drawn with ProMarkers and repeated in Photoshop CS4.

Work-in-progress

Work-in-progress

Making progress finally! Should be done with this pattern by the end of today.

Pattern 33

Pattern 33

I’m working on a ‘London’ themed pattern and thought i’d make a quick one out of the telephone box! Hand painted and repeated in Photoshop CS4.

Work-in-progress

Making progress on the ‘woodland animal’ themed pattern. I have a few more sketches left to do before I can start playing around in Photoshop.
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Pattern 31

Pattern 31

The reindeer from the woodland animal pattern i’m working on. I thought i’d put together a basic pattern to give you an idea of what I’m working towards! Hand drawn and repeated in Photoshop CS4.

Pattern 30 – Extra

Pattern 30 – Extra

Bit of an alternate layout. Hand drawn and repeated in Photoshop CS4.

Pattern 30

Pattern 30

Collection of old school games console controllers. Hand drawn and repeated in Photoshop CS4.

Pattern 6

Pattern 6

NOVEMBER 9TH. This theme suggestion was given to me by my lovely cousin, Madison. I haven’t had all that much time to dedicate to these patterns so I haven’t done this theme justice at all. I’ll hopefully make more of … Continue reading