With this in mind, I have given myself a design workout - in paper!
I've painted paper with acrylic to chop and stick, giving myself the following parameters.
- For the moment, I'm working with colours near to each other on the colour wheel.
- The shapes must be square or rectangular - ish. Any mathematician is now screaming at the screen that squares and rectangles - unlike my pieces - have 90 degree angles. Cutting free hand with a rotary cutter gives charmingly mild curves rather than mathematical precision - just how I like it!
- I've avoided diagonal lines.
Here are the first batch. (You will notice 5, not 15 and it took me much longer than 15 minutes!)
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