Perspex Puddle (drawing interesting things and places)

So I gave my puddle some thought and I have decided I wanted to draw interesting things I found in the city location mainly in Womanby street in Cardiff. When I was on location there I was given tasks to draw interesting things I had found, which I really enjoyed. So I revisit that and do some drawings which I thought I could trap then into my perspex puddle. So here are the drawings I had started which was mainly mono tone because I didn’t want it to clash with the acrylic prints. I drew things I had found hidden and to me they were beautiful.

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I then layered my sketches on top of one sheet of perspex and it started to look familiar. It then reminded me of the window I found it Womanby street which was plastered it stickers all just layered on top of another and all peeling off and it was very urban. I thought I could use that as an influence for my work.

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I then played around withe the drawings to see which positions worked best and then I added the top layer. I really liked the effect it made because it had inspiration from the graffiti and more from the stickers. I felt that it would fit in very well in womanby street.

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