The title is Seven days.
These can be the seven days of the week or random days that tell a story. Your interpretation can be objective or subjective. You can produce seven separate, one large diagrammatic or a continuous strip illustration. You can decide on the media and methods you will use; the context – magazine, newspaper, book, brochure or poster; and the intended audience.
You need to write yourself a brief that is clear and challenging but manageable.
What to do
Be aware of the processes which have so far led to your development in ideas generation, visual research, image construction, understanding contexts and media usage.
Make sure that you are clear what the final size should be, but you can work at any proportional size. Use worksheets and sketchbooks to explore solutions and refer to examples of work which solve similar types of problems. Think back to how you have treated similar briefs.
You need to submit all your working stages from thumbnails to final artwork.
The creative process
I'm Astrid Badell-Suhr, designer and illustrator, specialist in communication