LILY SAUNDERS

12453815- DESIGN STUDENT, YEAR 2

STAMPING WORK + FINAL PIECE

Filed under: TYPOGRAPHY — Lily Rose Saunders at 9:27 pm on Wednesday, October 21, 2015  Tagged

I finally created my foam type shapes, letter ‘A to I’ to get a variety of shapes and continuity of theme. It took a long time, as the stamp would occasionally move and slip- i resolved this by using a sponge to press on top of the stamp, as this made me apply less pressure […]

EXPERIMENT PRINTING

Filed under: TYPOGRAPHY — Lily Rose Saunders at 8:59 pm on Monday, October 19, 2015

FOAM SHEET, SPONGE AND POTATO STAMPS: EXPERIMENT I wanted to test out materials for my final piece stamp technique to go with my KingPong inspired type; i wanted to choose something that shows the type clearly but has a imperfect finish to it. FOAM SHEET STAMPS This is a similar style to print blocks used […]

DESIGN CLASS (4)

Filed under: TYPOGRAPHY — Lily Rose Saunders at 7:02 pm on Thursday, October 15, 2015  Tagged , , ,

This class on Photoshop gave me a idea of how to advertise my final piece font and how it would look overall. I added an image to a piece of text, using a image that relates can create a nice effect; the darker, the clearer. I feel this overall edit looks decorative and could be […]

DESIGN CLASS (3)

Filed under: TYPOGRAPHY — Lily Rose Saunders at 7:17 pm on Thursday, October 8, 2015  Tagged , ,

In todays workshop we used our font from last week and scanned them in to be used in (Adobe illustrator.) Step by step on: http://design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/the-basics-of-drawing-type-creating-your-own-handwritten-font–cms-23089 At first we practiced the use of anchor points (pen tool- P) e.g. image of fruit; working around the object and changing them to block colours. I believe i use too many […]

DESIGN CLASS (2)

Filed under: TYPOGRAPHY — Lily Rose Saunders at 1:09 pm on Thursday, October 8, 2015  Tagged , , ,

In our second workshop we learnt how to draw typeface which can be started using a grid on Adobe Indesign. Step by step on: http://design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/the-basics-of-drawing-type-creating-your-own-handwritten-font–cms-23089 I used a ruler to try and get precise shape and lines- the letter created had to be measured to keep a consistent typeface; at first i found it challenging but after […]

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