- the exact curves of the big joins--this is the easiest thing to fix up;
- the grey fabric worked into the black--this may need to go, also not hard to fix;
- the bottom right corner--big design flaw. Why did I make the black tier span both bottom and right edges? I think I did it to lessen reference to a kind of rainbow. But I did the final drawing in pencil only, on white paper. I didn't do a small final maquette with fabrics based on that drawing. Sigh. This will be more difficult to fix. I could do a quick fix by folding in the right side about 8 inches:
A new foray: here are beginning sketches and some paper trials for another project, combining some old ideas I've had "in storage" with new ideas and methods from the drawing class I'm taking.
Next I'll do some trials with various sizes/colors/techniques, moving into fabric.