Category Archives: Pattern Design Reflection

Pattern Design Reflection: Mary Gerber

  When creating my designs, I felt inspiration from the beach at my family cabin I spent many summers at when I was young. Camano Island has a particular portion of beach that is filled to the shore with driftwood. … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Allison Cissna

My inspiration for these pattern designs was a mosaic tile theme that I have seen in my great aunt’s backyard where she lives down in Mexico, these intricate patterns can be found all over her house and ceramic vases that … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Keisha Brokaw

My first inspiration for a pattern design came from one of my favorite records titled: Spirit Phone by Neil Cicierega. The record itself is synth heavy and uses experimental instruments, while the lyrics tell fun, thought-provoking, and sometimes absurd stories … Continue reading

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Part 5: Digital Pattern Development

          The reason I am creating this pattern is because I love the simplicity of the pattern and the symmetry of the pattern itself. A character I created for a screenplay I am writing inspired this … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Rachel Bigler

                For my first pattern, I was inspired by a song called “Spaceman” by the killers and a sort of round-about area near the vet school on campus. First when I heard that … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Katrina Bittner

I was extremely excited when we were given the prompt for this project. I instantly knew that I wanted to create a pattern that was meaningful to me, and that I could put more into than just the minimum. I … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Kim Santos

  For my final pattern design, I decided to do something that was a little more personal to myself. I was born and raised on a tiny tropical island that depends a lot on tourism. I grew up around many … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Sara Nielsen

For my final pattern design project, I was inspired to create two very different patterns that varied in color, shape, and mood. More specifically, I was inspired by everyday objects that I own and how they are incorporated in nature. … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: David Czyzewicz

My first design was inspired by the Stephenson Towers.  One day in class I was looking outside trying to get some inspiration from what I saw.  I looked at the towers for a second and thought about the class conversation … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Lloyd Proctor

The designs and patterns that I created came from unique experiences that I have had and things that I have seen. Most of the shapes that I chose to place in the pattern starting with the first design called seeds, … Continue reading

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