Autumn Rules 5 Dotting patterns

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Autumn has its own set of rules. The days are filled with either sun, rain, heat or cold but the leaves fall none the less. Making us feel small by giving us one big blast of colour and the best of the land (have some apple crumble while you’re at it). The rich palette and shapes of autumn, has me making designs with dots of leaves for you and saying ‘Autumn Rules’!

‘Autumn Rules’ is a booklet filled with 5 patterns to help you with your dotwork on porcelain. The patterns are designed with all different shapes and sizes of objects in mind. So go look for a bank object and start dotting. Beware: leaves fall at their own accord, so you might end up with something quite special! These patterns can be seen as individual patterns, but like autumn itself, are better enjoyed in a mix of colours and shapes. What are you going to make with these ‘Autumn Rules’?

Pre-order your copy of this booklet with a discount and you will receive it at the start of Autumn (from 26 September) 2020. 

Contents:

Language:  English
24 pages with 5 dotting patterns – level – estimated time:

    1. I Heart Leaves – starter / kids – 15 min
    2. Evergreen – intermediate – 60 min
    3. Red in the mix – intermediate – 60 min
    4. Fantastic Leaf – intermediate – 60 min
    5. Small leaves – starter / kids – 5 min per item
      • branch
      • clover leaf
      • alder bud
      • circle leaf

I Heart Leaves:
This is a basic shape for a leaf, made with three ‘drops’ as a template. It has a heart shape, so you can use this for a lovely pattern as well. After you have the basics of this shape you can fill in or make more on a larger plate. See other patterns for ideas on how to develop this leaf into a more intricate pattern, or leave it to make a bold statement for this autumn: I (heart)  leaves! 

  • Level: starter / kids
  • time: +/- 10 minutes
  • templates: three ‘petals’ 30 mm
  • shape size: +/- 8 cm x 8 cm
  • dotting sizes: ∅ 5, 4,3, 2.5, 2. 1,5 and 1 mm 
  • colour: 1 

Evergreen:
We know it’s autumn and colours are changing, but there might be some evergreens out there, like this branch. It is a natural shape with some depth in it, and by using only smaller dots has a delicate feel. The example shows just one branch, but you might end up with a plate full of evergreens once you’ve finished. 

  • Level: intermediate
  • time: +/- 60 minutes
  • templates: five ‘petals’ 20 mm
  • shape size: +/- 10 cm x 8 cm
  • dotting sizes: ∅ 2,1 and 0.5 mm 
  • colour: 2 

Red in the mix
From green to yellow, orange, red and brown…what a warm palette of colours this autumn. With this pattern you will be using a mixing technique that makes your work seem colourchanging. Fun fact: this technique originated in the workshop, or rather at the end of workshops. What to do with all these colours in palettes…see for yourself. Extra tip: make this pattern when you have some paint leftover from another dot art project. That way you can save paint. 

  • Level: intermediate
  • Time: +/- 60 minutes
  • Templates: one petal 30 mm, two petals 20 mm
  • Shape size: +/- 7.5 cm x 7 cm
  • Dotting sizes: ∅ 5, 4, 3, 2.5, 2, 1, 0.5 mm
  • Colour: at least 2 

Fantastic Leaf:

What if your fantasy came true? The most colourful leaves falling on your table. You can make your own mind up about the artistic freedom by making a decorative shape inside these leaves. I might have said somewhere that autumn has a mind of its own. Well you might as well, so let’s get fantastic about it. 

  • Level: intermediate
  • Time: +/- 60 minutes
  • Templates: five petals 30 mm
  • Shape size: +/- 12 x 10 cm
  • Dotting sizes: ∅ 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.5, 2,1.5, 1, 0.5 mm
  • Colours: 8


Small Leaves: 

You can make a big statement with a load of details: this mixture of leaves is developed to help you make an intricate design or finish your object with an edge. You can make them separately, fill a large space or make a mixture for a real autumn feel. All small, but with great effect. 

  • Level: starter / kids
  • Time: +/- 5 minutes per leaf
  • Templates: optional for twig
  • Shape size: +/- 12-15 mm 
  • Dotting sizes: ∅ 8, 3, 2, 1, 0.5 mm
  • Colours: 1 for the branch, 2 per leaf

NL
Herfst heeft zo zijn eigenaardigheden. De dagen kunnen gevuld zijn  met zon, regen, kou en warmte maar de bladeren vallen hoe dan ook. Met een laatste knaller van kleuren en het beste van het land (neem wat appeltaart als je toch bezig bent). Met het rijke kleurenpalet en de prachtige vormen van de herfstblaadjes, maak ik met veel plezier deze stippatronen voor jou en zeg ik: “de herfst heerst”.

‘Autumn Rules’ is een boekje met 5 stippatronen om jou te inspireren voor stipwerk op porselein. Het boekje is geschreven in het Engels op begrijpelijk taalniveau, en bevat een verklarende woordenlijst om je te helpen mocht de taal voor jou een barrière zijn. De stappen zijn met foto’s waardoor je makkelijk een kleurrijk stippatroon hebt gemaakt.

De patronen zijn ontworpen met verschillende maten en vormen van voorwerpen in gedachten. Dus ga op zoek naar een blanco voorwerp en ga aan de slag met upcyclen. Pas op: deze herfstblaadjes vallen op eigen wijze, dus het kan zijn dat je met iets speciaals uitkomt! Je kunt de patronen individueel van elkaar gebruiken, maar net als de herfstblaadjes zelf is het beste van te genieten in de mix. Welke ‘Autumn rules’ ga jij volgen?

  1. I Heart Leaves
  2. Evergreen
  3. Red in the mix
  4. Fantastic Leaf
  5. Small leaves

Inhoud
24 pagina’s met 5 stippatronen
Taal: Engels (met nederlandse woordenlijst op bladwijzer)