Pattern Design Reflection: Patricio Orozco

So my first pattern come from the shape of a flower. The inspiration from this flower comes from the Hawaiian flowers, of course, they are not the same but similar in ways that it may represent tropical. I always enjoy how the Hawaiian flower looks and probably one day I want to go to Hawaii for a vacation trip. For my pattern I did two color schemes for my pattern but I enjoyed the second color scheme much better. I named that particular pattern as Blue Hawaiian because it looks like a Hawaiian shirt but limiting to cool colors like purple, yellow and of course mainly blue. In this pattern it doesn’t contain a background color, if I did add a color then it will look differently but I did overlap the design close together to get this design. In the first color combination I used about 10 colors but I wanted to limit the color variations so I decreased it to only three colors. This design could be used for a shirt design to use for vacations.

Blue Hawaiian

Blue Flower

Rainbow Flower

Flower

 

My second pattern comes from the shape of a ninja star. The inspiration is from one of my favorite anime shows Naruto and I also have a ninja star fidget spinner. I enjoy the designs of ninja weapons because they are different from normal knives and can be used differently based on your situation. The pattern that it came out hardly shows the design but it creates a pattern which I called it Spikes because it looks like it is forming spikes from the ground. the colors for this was gray and a red shaded color. I think these two colors go very well with each other. even though it doesn’t go well with the idea of ninja, when thinking of ninjas you would associate black and white as the main colors.

 

Spikes

Ninja Star

Compass

Diamond Star

About Patricio Orozco

I am 21 years old. I was born in Mexico but came to the United States when I was little to get a better education. I am the youngest in my family as well as being a twin. I am currently studying at WSU! My major in mind is Digital, Technology and Culture, DTC for short. I enjoy playing video games.
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