Author Archives: Ijahne

Design Process

 Some issues that I ran into when I encountered WordPress was that it wasn’t representative of Me. I wanted viewers to to see a piece of me when they looked on my page. It took me around 48 hours to … Continue reading

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Finalized Grid builder Alphabet Systems

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PSG Design Process

Mood Board: For my design process I decided to do research about personal survival guides that already exist to make sure I’m neither copying the format or the layout. What I found during this process is that majority of the … Continue reading

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Second Number Form

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Reflection

After reflecting on my daily schedule, I’ve realized that I spend too much time watching tv shows and movies. I lose track of time which results in my having to stay up later at night to finish my work. I … Continue reading

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Number forms

ijahne typography

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Reactions to laser cutter art

  Standley Eric, (Unnamed) 2014, Cut paper,  20″x20″, stained glass windows created entirely from laser-cut paper. In Standley’s pieces he stacks over 100 sheets which involve months of planning, drawing, and assembly. My initial reaction to his work is that of … Continue reading

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Research Techniques and Resources

Resources: thisiscolassal pinterest alfred library tumblr Techniques: When I am at a loss during an assignment. I go on to the sites you see above for inspiration whether it be for an essay, an art assignment, or a personal project. … Continue reading

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definitions and examples of professional vocabulary

linear perspective: a system of creating an illusion of depth on a flat surface. All parallel lines in a painting or drawing using this system converge in a single vanishing point on the composition’s horizon line. line weights: is the visual lightness, … Continue reading

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Brain pickings

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