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Last week I started sketching – too bad that I don’t have a copy of AutoCAD anymore, so I have to do it by hand or, if I want to share my thoughts here, using the illustrator.
So let’s put the wheels in motion and get started showing the first things first: the layouts!
Bellow there is a few of the endless ways to put a wall of frames together.
If you ask me for general tips, the most important ones would be:
1. The group of frames should stick together and make sense. Making a beautiful wall is not about popping frames here and there, you’ve got to create a pattern, have to make sure that all the frames you are using belong together. They have to be, somehow connected;
2. If you are using one or just a few frames avoid placing them too high up on the wall – the horizontal mid line of your grouped frames should be between 1.60 and 1.70 m from the floor (which is the average height of a person’s eyes).
But the most important tip of all is this: be creative and open-minded, don’t let any rules stop you from getting the look you love, because in the end of the day, that is what gives character to your place ;)
Later on I will be posting more details showing how to fill your frames nicely, but for now i am very sleepy and tomorrow I have to wake up really early – yeah, my boys don’t care if I go to bed after mid-night. They always wake up when the sun shines (bleh!)