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Post Options Post Options   Quote bms44974 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 December 2018 at 12:18
@LAbernethy: Sorry for the delinquent reply, Lee. Holiday travels have left me with little time the past week. Your title suggests that you were intending the speaker grill to be the subject. This would be a more compelling entry in the texture assignment. For me the most interesting pattern is the series of numerical scales, broken on the left side by the labels. I'll leave it to you... If you intended for the frequency scales to be the pattern (or if you are content with a serendipitous victory), you have a pass. If not, I will look forward to your next entry.

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Originally posted by bms44974 bms44974 wrote:

@LAbernethy: Sorry for the delinquent reply, Lee. Holiday travels have left me with little time the past week. Your title suggests that you were intending the speaker grill to be the subject. This would be a more compelling entry in the texture assignment. For me the most interesting pattern is the series of numerical scales, broken on the left side by the labels. I'll leave it to you... If you intended for the frequency scales to be the pattern (or if you are content with a serendipitous victory), you have a pass. If not, I will look forward to your next entry.

Cheers... Brian

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Thanks for the feedback Brian, In the spirit of the season, I will not look a gift horse in the mouth and accept the pass, and note title weight for future reference and post for Texture.
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Ok, first try with (illegal) two shots. The first is an Irregular pattern, the second a very regular one.
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We'll see which one does it.
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Mmm, would be nice if an answer would come soon.

Now it feels quite "ignored" and unwelcome. And indeed, some smell of not being "one of the guys" and being an intruder is slowly, and not for the first time, appearing.

You can't respond to me that is difficult. Both pictures are quite "patterned".
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bms44974 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 6 hours 35 minutes ago at 13:30
@Harm vb: sorry for missing this post. The first would have been a better entry for texture. The second, certainly has a pattern, but the assignment is to
Assignment: Take a shot where the impact relies on featuring a repeated pattern.
It is the impact that is missing for me. Please try again.

Cheers... Brian

P.S. I have been very glad to see you having a go at the assignments and apologize for letting this entry slip by me. I will make a point to be more attentive.
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Brian,

no need to apologize. I had the idea that I was in a good flow, when this pause arose. And it felt odd&weird.

Therefor, another pattern:
Heusden Church-door



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@Harm vb: This one is a clear pass! Breaking the pattern is a great way to add impact.

Cheers... Brian
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