Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Geometric Papercuts Pt. 1

On New Year's, I pledged to myself that I would continuously practice my papercutting through a series of small or medium pattern cuts. Last month I started off with a series of considerably easier approach trough geometric patterns. I tried using ordinary paper cutters this time, as I've seen an Indonesian now-famous papercutting artist, Dewi Kucu, has always been using it for all of her even very intricate works. It was a bit hard at first because I was so used to using x-acto knife. But after a few projects I sort got the hang of it and I think it makes much more sense to use this cheap, more affordable cutter.

I am now on a short break from this pattern series cutting, as I'm now rushing to finish a collab project with Letterplatters in a Letterature showcase that'll be held this coming Saturday. A lot of challenges have surfaced on this project and so far I have been learning new things and I hope to learn and discover even more with these just few days left before the D-day. I'll be updating on how the Letterature event goes. Wish me luck!


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