pattern collection challenge for SPD 2.0

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hi everyone! i’m so happy to announce the design challenge my second skillshare class: surface pattern design 2.0! as usual, students aren’t required to participate, but i always think it’s fun to get involved and see what everyone’s creating. plus, the winner gets a one-on-one with me and a big bundle of pretties! the deadline isn’t until may 15th, so that gives everyone about 6 weeks to work on their project!

to participate: you’ll first need to enroll in the course. next, all you have to do to enter is upload your assignment as you work to the student project area!

challenge deadline: may 15th, 2015

challenge requirements: show each step of your work:

– overall pattern collection name
– a 1 paragraph collection story
– names for each pattern
– patterns applied to products
– final 6 piece pattern collection
*BONUS - pictures of your portfolio

the winner will be selected on the following criteria:

– how well they share their process
– how well they follow course instructions
– their final pattern’s style, color and scale

challenge prizes

– 45 minute personal one-on-one review and industry chat with me
– ten 1/2 yards of any fabric collection (your choice)
– lifetime membership to the roost tribe
– set of 6 art prints from course presentations
– work featured on going home to roost

*UPDATE*

i'm beyond excited to announce that spoonflower will be joining us for the challenge! in addition to the above prizes, the top 3 winners for the challenge will also receive a gift certificate to use at spoonflower to print their very own fabric, wallpaper or gift wrap ($100, $50 & $25 for 1st, 2nd & 3rd places).

the co-founder of spoonflower, stephen fraser, will also join me in choosing the top 3 winners. (!!)

this is an excellent opportunity to get your work seen in the industry and start seeing your own patterns on products

best of luck everyone! i can’t wait to see what you create! xx, bonnie

Comments

  • Hi Bonnie! I just finished up the course and am only about halfway though my assignment. I’ll have to sit this contest out, but I learned so, so much from you. Thank you so much! The series was the perfect way for me to learn Illustrator and so much more.
    Best,
    Betsy

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