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Nov 10, 2006, 12:01:16 AM
Pattern Project by PatheticArtist Pattern Project by PatheticArtist
This was another art project.

I'd tell you the date, but it's on the back and I'm not taking it down for fear of ripping it. (Plus, I'm too lazy and don't want to have to bother taping it back up~.)

Also can't tell you the exact grade, as that's also on the back (not that anyone cares~.) I *think* it was around a 98%. May have been another 100, though. *shrugs*

For the project, you had to use three or four letters to break up the page into at least 12 different spaces. Then, you had to fill each space with a pattern.

I used my little brother's initals (VJS) since I hate mine and hate my little sister (Ain't I nice~?).

It was done with a fine point sharpie marker.

- Savanah

Ps. Yeah, the lighting in my room sucks for picture taking, and I couldn't get the flash to work on the camera.
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I have a question that I am eager to ask and am also going to write you a note so I make sure you get this and hopefully reply. These are designer clothing patterns right? Ive seen a couple of them before such as in the "S" towards the top right the straight lines that overlap and intersect and seem to be jumping all crazy is called spizico if I remember correctly, and then also in the "S" towards the bottom right the zig zags that aren't parallel to each other is familiar to me also. I was wondering if you could answer all or any of these questions.. What designer(s) make these patterns? What are the individual patterns called? What are the group of patterns called such as there are a type of patterns that are called baroque patterns that i know of that are a type of patterns but there are many different kinds, as of now i just call these designer patterns but im not sure if that is right. Where on the internet can you find these patterns in art or clothing or writing or anything. I am very interested. If you can help me I would most appreciate it. I have favorited this picture and really like it. Ive never seen anything like it. Thankyou PatheticArtist, from JohnRobertMagic
KaMiKaZe-ArTiSt Mar 30, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I do like the use of patterns. This is interesting. I'm using the same type of concept but I have positive and negative space instead of someones initials. Still, this is pretty cool. :D
PatheticArtist Apr 16, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. I'm glad you like it! ^_^
thoughtdisorder Nov 11, 2006  Student General Artist
Nice contrast, love it!
PatheticArtist Nov 11, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I REALLY like this, it's very nice C:
PatheticArtist Oct 23, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
It's so clean and... sepia! My favourite part is the clovers.
Temariix Aug 27, 2006  Hobbyist
Lucky, we didn't get to do these. Your's looks really nice, and even though the light isnt that good, it makes it look awsome
PatheticArtist Aug 29, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
You could just do one yourself. It's really easy. One important part I forgot to mention, though. When you step away from it, you should be able to see different values of grey depending on how dense the patterns you use are, or how thick your lines are.
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