Tye1: ProjectI: Final Touches

Today I completed all the fine touches, so that I wouldn’t have to be rushed on the morning of the day.

This process took a much longer time than I expected, just because there were so many tiny mistakes that were made during the process. As much as it is the first project that we were submitting, I felt it was very important to fix all of these problems as much as I could.

1. These were the issues I faced:There was the main problem of playing with the intention vs. unintentional cuts of the shapes. This last bit was somewhat very tedious – to play around with making non-unintentional marks, and making sure that shapes were never kissing, either in or out!

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2. We had the problem of not noticing things on the computer that I noticed when it was printed. It was so interesting how mistakes and boogers were so easily captured wh
en blown into this 20×20 size. Sometimes there was even a different reproduction from the computer to the printing.

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3. Third, the printer had weird ink problems for some of them, it left marks like these

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4. The paper would cry when I glued right onto the A4 plain paper, and at this time I didn’t have paper at university, and only at home so I was in panic

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5. I also had some issues with cutting – I had to throw basically all of the first ones because of the exacto knife, I noticed it after, but the screw was loosened and wouldn’t tighten fully, so even if it was sharp, the knife was going wobbly.

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