100 Days of Patterns Project Update
I have a really big day tomorrow. I can’t quite share yet what I’m doing and what it might mean for my career, but it’s exciting.
In the meantime today, I scanned and uploaded the latest round of sketches for my 100 Days of Pattern project. I’m on number 64/100 right now and can almost see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I’ve wrapped up exploring triangles, and have now moved onto the square. It makes sense after drawing iterations of circles, triangles and lines.
Here are a few of my favorites:
I lost my intended pattern on this one and then just had to go with it.
I like the combination of solid shapes and line work.
The inspiration for this one is the “flying geese” quilting pattern.
This one is simply a riff on the flying geese pattern.
I like this one because it feels like a harlequin pattern with the varying shades of gray.
If you’re just landing on my page, check out my 100 Days of Pattern Page where I’m documenting every drawing.
That’s it until Wednesday – see you then!