• Create a tessellation with visual images that contradict each other.
• Create repeated tessellating images first by trying out geometric patterns and the final one by using iconic realtistic images. These could be objects, animals, plants, nature etc.
• Try towards creating visually interesting (not simple) tessellations.
• The image could be in colour with gradational variations.
• Use tracing paper on top of the original image to try out form variations and to do your initial sketches.
• You could use illustration software application like Illustrator to draw your final solution.
While trying to do tessellation, one needs to try this out as alternatives on paper. It is also useful to use tracing paper or a backlit surface for this exercise.
Total Time Duration: 15 hours of studio time.
• Submit both as soft copy as well as hard copy.
• Soft copy should be of 70dpi resolution of size 40 cm x 40 cm
• Take a printout measuring 40 cm x 40 cm without leaving any border on the paper.
The hardcopy is useful for display and feedback.