My name is Aimée, and I am currently studying illustration at the University of Gloucestershire, which I am enjoying immensely.
What I like more than anything is expressing a story, or a narrative through my imagery, and hopefully one which people will like.

Here is a place for me to keep all the things I’m doing and thoughts I’m having.

I love to smile, and have a love for giraffes and a good viewing of ‘Singin’ in the Rain.

Some beautiful photographs by Lily of my new cards I’m going to start selling soon! Send me a quick message if you’d like one now, but they should be on a online shop soonish!

*excited

I did  a stencil print today, look how pretty my rag was.

Trying out a flip repeat of my relief etching print, in different colour variations. 

Mar 31st at 9AM / reblog / 4 notes

We did some relief prints of the etching in a Delft tile/blue porcelain style, sending this card to my mummy! Going to definitely print off a batch of these cards to sell, watch this space!!!!!!!

Also attempted making a repeat wallpaper strip, in need of scanning this into the computer and repeating it using photoshop

My finished stencil print and etching combined- poof

Some sweet sweet intaglio prints!

This process takes the most time of all the processes I have done, I think. This can be frustrating for me, but how long the printing plate lasts keeps me going through that, as a kind of recompense. 
Going to do some stencil prints to register underneath them tomorrow I think. 

Mar 26th at 10AM / reblog / 1 note
Placement of wine illustration into article. 
I must say, wine is the one I struggled most with, as there aren’t too many objects I found connoted to it, so I did the most I could. 
However, scanned into the article, the shape of the illustration I didn’t finish fitted perfectly, and really worked. I incorporated a free vector from the internet of a wine splash and coloured it. 
Turned out better than I thought it would!

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Placement of wine illustration into article. 

I must say, wine is the one I struggled most with, as there aren’t too many objects I found connoted to it, so I did the most I could. 

However, scanned into the article, the shape of the illustration I didn’t finish fitted perfectly, and really worked. I incorporated a free vector from the internet of a wine splash and coloured it. 

Turned out better than I thought it would!

Animation workshop in AfterEffects with Brian today! I am an effects wizaaaaaard

Feeling this animation module now

Placement of Office illustrations in article about recycling in the workplace. 

The placement of my screen print in the article we were given. 

I think this is my favourite of the three, because of the organic printed colour behind the illustration. 

If I were to work more on these articles, I’d scan in some coloured swatches to use as textures.