Pattern production as an art-decorative technique
A pattern is an organized arrangement of design elements such as dots, lines, shapes, textures, colors, etc. on a surface using a suitable decoration technique. Creating patterns is an experimental process because the resulting designs cannot be predicted by the artist.
Patterns can be used as designs for paper bags, clothing, greeting cards, fringes, garlands or tassels and pop-ups. There are different techniques in pattern making. Examples of pattern making techniques are sponges, veins, bubbles, spraying, spraying, puncturing, threading, wax resist / colored pencil batik, marbling, scribbling, rubbing in, rubbing out, etc.
This pattern making technique involves using a sponge as the main tool for creating the pattern. The sponge can be placed on the material (such as paper or fabric) or spread out. The paint or ink is then blotted with foam on the open areas of the sponge. The paint or ink can also be sprayed onto the material after laying the sponge. The net or diamond pattern of the sponge would appear on the material. Another technique is to immerse the sponge in the paint or ink and roll it onto the material or paper to create the patterns.
This form of pattern making involves applying paint in liquid form by spraying the paint onto the surface of the material to create interesting patterns. Sometimes the brush tips are filled with paint or ink, and the thumb is used to spray the paint onto the material, such as paper. The paint pigment or paint can be sprayed with a piece of foam or brush loaded with paint.
This is the application of paint or paint that spills through the tiny holes of a spray diffuser or atomizer. The spray can or spray container is filled with different colored pigments or ink and is sprayed individually onto the material in different ways to create interesting designs. Surfaces of
Papers for writing calligraphy and other forms of wall hangings are decorated with spray patterns in different colors.
This is the use of a drawing tool or tool to create a series of dots in an organized pattern on a material. Marking tools such as pencils, crayons, markers and pens can be used to create interesting dot patterns on paper and cards. This form of patterning can be used to decorate the background of cards to be used for greeting cards, certificates and other forms of wall hangings. With pointed metal tools such as grooves, chisels and structuring nails, decorative textures can be created in the form of dots on backgrounds made of wood, clay and leather.
This is the technique of creating patterns on a material using strings. These strings are dipped in a color pigment or an ink. The colored string is then pulled so that the colors reach the material and decorative patterns are created on the paper.
This method of creating patterns involves creating random abstract lines with a marking tool, generally without ever lifting the drawing device off the paper. The doodles, which are often created with different colored marking tools, lead to eye-catching and attractive patterns on paper. These can be used to make designs on paper bags, garlands, greeting cards, etc.
This is a process for aqueous (water) surface design that is used to create patterns. The patterns are the result of paint, typically oil paint, which is either poured onto the surface of clear water or onto a viscous solution known as size, and then carefully transferred to an absorbent surface such as paper or fabric. It is often used as a writing surface for calligraphy and especially for book covers and end sheets in bookbinding and stationery. It can also be used as a design for papers used to make paper bags.
Wax resist / colored pencil batik
This form of pattern making involves the use of wax to resist parts of a paper or fabric and to apply either paint or ink to the entire surface of the material. After the paint or ink has dried on the surface of the material, the wax is scraped off or removed to create interesting patterns. Another technique is to apply the waxed design to the surface of the material and immerse it in a dye, dye or ink solution. After the paint or dye has dried, the wax is freed from the material to produce the patterns. Colored crayons can be used to create attractive patterns on materials before applying paint, dye, or ink.