Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Ricki Dwyer: Final Laser Cut Project

This image captures the detail of the patterning I created from the rubbing process.
This paper was coated thickly with wheat paste to hold the form of crinkled fabric.

This is the final piece created from the forms I cut on the laser cutter. Using a graphite stick on sign writers bond paper I was able to make a repeat pattern of rubbings taken from my wooden relief.

This is the form I made with my finished laser cut pieces. Adjoining them so the wood grain was contrasting helped create a more defined pattern.

This is the Illustrator file I used to laser cut wooden shapes, to create a pattern to use as a rubbing.

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