Thursday, 23 September 2010

Colour Theory

Sorry for the lack of post!

Have been really busy with uni and travelling around. Have taken loads of photos in the time between the previous post and this one. 

Actually, that was an excuse. I've just been lazy to blog :P But I did take loads of photos. Many really interesting ones that I will share soon, including our class's excursion to Textile Museum of Borås and my trip to Copenhagen over the weekend. So this time I've gotta catch up on my work after my travel  Plus, the textile students and lecturers are going for a textile conference in Stockholm  this weekend and my parents are coming for a visit the weekend after. So...lots to be done!

Here's what I was doing just yesterday at class.

Colour Theory with Elisabeth. So fun! I truly felt like a kid again, looking at all these colours and doing all the gluing and pasting!

I've done many similar exercises that Elisabeth is teaching now back in Melbourne but we've never really gone that much depth into colours as we do now. It's really interesting.

We are usually more familiar with Pantone fans and colour identification, for those who know what that is. Here we were using the Swedish colour system called NCS (Natural Colour System).

So totally love the machine cut, 2x 2cm colour chips that come nicely in small self-seal bags with the exercises :) Real neat.

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