Part 4 of our series on studio skills looks at the seemingly simple art of folding. The first instalment looks at techniques whilst the second video looks at folded examples from Andy’s archive. Both resources will be invaluable for both the 3D and packaging projects.
Upon further inspection of the cutting room floor, we did in fact find the first instalment of Ted & Andy’s Graphic Adventure inspired and starring to Swann & Morton scalpel handle and the 10A blade. Watch and observe, and using the advice within you shall avoid the pitfalls of scalpel and ruler.
Part 3 in our guide of practical skills covers off the classic art of cropping. It will help those who may be studying the third one week project based on image, but also discusses the fundamental role this technique plays in the designer’s visual communication skillset. Cropping images gives you – the designer – not only control, but also the ability to create intrigue and impact. Please watch in full, as ever. And for those of you who have enquired, we are still on the lookout for Part 1 of this series.
Part 2 in a guide of practical skills covers off trimming out, spray mount, layout and presentation of ideas specific to the first one week project based on research. It covers everything to get you crit ready. Please watch in full, and in the meantime we hope to uncover Part 1.