FMP Flats Coloured – Click here to see
Here is my final collection which has been drawn up using Adobe Illustrator. Once drawn up I then filled them in with my pattern fabric which i designed and printed where appropriate and the rest the colour of the jersey fabric. I think these flats have worked well and are very eye-catching with the colours and prints used. These will sit together on a A4 page in my portfolio to show my range plan.
Illustations FMP – Click here to see
Here are my final FMP illustrations which represent my final collection, which is inspired by 1960s prints and silhouettes. I have created these illustrations by first of all drawing them on A3 paper by hand lengthening certain parts such as the legs to give them a model look. I then scanned them onto the computer before using Adobe photoshop and illustrator to add filters, shapes, brushes and patterns to create elements of colour to represent fabric which is being used. I really like the final outcome of these illustrations which will be shown in my final portfolio at Graduate Fashion Week.
Finally all cut out ready to start making my 1960s inspired collection
Cutting out fabric for FMP. Black pique Jersey. 1960s inspired collection
Here is my start to my FMP mood board which will be shown in my portfolio at Graduate Fashion Week. I plan to add a small about of text about the collection and small samples of each fabric used for this collection clipped in at the top of the right hand side of the page to give the mood board a more 3D effect.
Swing tag design for my FMP project. This swing tag will be attached to each one of my 6 garments which I’m currently making. 3 will have coloured fabric behind the swing tag and the other 3 will have black and white print behind the swing tag which will have my title of my project across the front. I plan to make these up before the hand in of FMP.
Here is my business card which i designed using ideas and inspiration from pintrest. I love the use of the oversized name across the card with email address and contact number smaller to one side.
I think this worked really well and would be happy to use it as my final business card.
I would get them printed at colour box which is on Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough or Staples at Teesside Park.