Monday, 2 July 2012

Abigail Reynolds.

Photographer who produced various photographs and cut out into them, they were relief styled and often related to each other so that the photograph we can see though has some significance, like below -
1. Choosing my 2 images I stuck the top image on sugar paper for the strength when cutting. 

2. Use a ruler to draw a grid over the top image. To save time measuring, draw along both sides of the ruler  (so the lines are 1 ruler width apart) then slide it across and draw the next line.

3. Using a knife I cut along 2 adjoining sides of each square but not the corners, then fold back each flap to reveal the sugar paper underneath.

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