Colour Project – Shadows, Part 2
Working through the book Folding Techniques for Designers by Paul Jackson, there are lots of samples, so I am going to show them all in thumbnail size with a brief description of each category.
These are examples of the basic folding technique, dividing a piece of paper into 8ths, 16ths etc. This can be done simply without measuring. A great, way to get even Shibori folds throughout a piece of fabric…
The same folds as above, varying the direction of the folds to create grids.
Symmetrical Repeats – Great inspiration here!
At this point I moved onto Stretch, Skew and Polygon samples, simpler folds and much more likely to be interpreted into fabric.