Tuesday, 6 January 2009

seven pieces of graph paper...

...are quite hard to photograph without blurring. You can double click on the image to get a close up.



This is the final sketch I think, I'm sure I'll keep making alterations, but I'm moving onto the coloured version now. Lets hope it looks a lot better!

4 comments:

choo choo knits said...

lookin' good!

amy said...

i find your graphing abilities inspiring and impressive, as always. I can't wait to see it finished!

CanarySanctuary said...

How exciting! I can't wait to see how your work comes along. I think it's a very stately and dignified image.

Johanna said...

It looks amazing! This will be the coolest tshirt/jumper ever.
Just thought I'd mention that stitches tend to be wider than high (like you said your tension is 22 sts and 30 rows across a 4" square), so if you are drawing this on regular graph paper, it will come out slightly wider i.e. a bit squashed when knitted. Shouldn't really make a big difference for a boat, but if you want it to be in proportion, try stretching the image file by about 30-40% in height, then print on regular graph paper.