Looking closely at photographs and images of textures and relief surfaces, I manipulated papers to translate the observed textures.
Using scrunched up newsprint I created the texture observed from leaves on the woodland floor.
Using scrunched tissue paper and spaces for the branches I created the canopy texture.
Using twisted strips and newsprint I created the texture shown by silver birch saplings.
Using folded watercolour paper laid over scrunched crepe paper I created the texture of silver birch bark.
Using folded crepe paper and circles cut from watercolour paper I created the texture of the bark of a pine tree.
With machine gathered, and twisted tissue paper, I created the texture observed from the pine tree coppice.
As these textures are to be used as rubbings later in the module, I mounded them all on a sturdy base of foamboard. Each 'block' is A5 in size.