developing the industrial Flags of the revolution with
triangular and improvised waves out of MDF plates
build out of toilette-paper rolls, coffee and other cardboard cans of different sizes glued and limed, enforced with stripes of cardboards and covered with paper. use of aquarelle, gouache, oil pastel and lime colours.
pipes can penetrate, push trough the wavy surface
- industrial flags of the revolution
- revolutionary flags of the industry
- flags of the revolutionary industry
- flags of the industrial revolution
cloud, exhaust, plume, wave communication, smoke,
the base panel have an irregular rectangular like shape they are postcard sized and partially pre-painted with (oil) pastels
cutting the panels
3 ways to cut with 3 cuts
- 3 straight,
- 1 triangle + 1 straight,
- 2 triangles.
the cut panels mounted into the basic c-shapes with coloured glittery hot glue
the intermediate shapes
mounting 2 basic c-shapes are assembled into
maybe 3 E-shapes.
|combine big-C-shapes and S||5-shapes into the final figures|
- head to head,
- head into side,
- side by side.
A head is a short sides of the shapes, the side is a long one.
Potentially the shape can be connected over an edge and “diagonal” edge to edge.
As the basic panels are pre-painted they receive a acrylic colours coting before the cutting. Maybe another repaint coting of the shapes after the mountings. In the next step curved lines patterns are prepared and filled in with opaque metallic colours. Transparent and semi-transparent metallic, shiny and glitter colours are applied into the gaps. Finally night glow colours finishes the painting.