Digitally designed fabric for Rose Baum’s dress in “The American Clock” at UMN/Guthrie Theatre 2017. Printed on polyester crepe, the colors were selected specifically from the printing service’s color chart to ensure an exact match.
Digital rendering of Rose Baum using the fabric pattern I created. Rendering in Corel Painter & Photoshop
Final fitting photos of Rose’s dress for “American Clock” with custom designed & printed fabric. Production photo by Dan Norman.
Square repeat fabric printing created for in-class demonstration. Samples printed on a variety of fabric/fiber types.
Custom fabric labels. Design created digitally and printed on cotton fabric. Design available to purchase on Spoonflower: https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/mcwolldesignsllc
Samples of cut, serged, and completed costume labels. Design developed digitally. Available on Spoonflower: https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/mcwolldesignsllc
First attempt at self-printing fabric. Shibori inspired digital drawing (left) and printed cotton (right).
GIF class project, drawn in Photoshop.
Digital rendering using watercolor settings in Painter. Class project
Digitally designed and laser etched mini-stamp used for border embellishment on a half-scale project.
A Ziegfield Ballerina: exercise in digital color manipulation. Pencil sketch, tonal gray art marker, digital color manipulation from a scan of the tonal gray sketch