We set a project for the third year BA Illustration students at Camberwell College of Art. We asked them to illustrate one of our How To guides. Here are the results.
For the past few years, we have teamed up with Camberwell College of Art to set a project for their third year BA Illustration students. We were happy to be involved again this year for the class of 2021.
For the brief, we asked them to create illustrations for one of three of our guides: How To Make Cyanotypes, How To Develop B&W Film or How To Develop Colour Film. The illustrations would be used to help people understand the processes involved in making cyanotypes and developing their own film. We are thinking about turning the illustrations into a printed version of our popular guides.
We were really impressed with the results and enjoyed seeing the different styles and approaches. We felt they answered the brief well. We have featured the submissions here.
Have a look and let us know what you think.
How To Make Cyanotypes
We will explain what cyanotype is, what supplies you will need, and all the steps to make your own cyanotype prints.
How To Develop Black And White Film
A guide to black and white film processing, everything you need to know to develop black and white film at home.
How To Develop Colour Film
Our guide to colour film processing will walk you through every step of processing colour negative film at home.