Charlotte isn't scary, she immediately put everyone at ease, she's not intimidating like you would expect most fashion designer to be, in fact she's actually rather lovely.
Anyway... I'm a bit of a perfectionist so having to present my work, which isn't anywhere near my usual standard to a complete stranger who is an amazing designer was very daunting; not to mention the rest of my group being able to see what I'd done, or more to the point what I'd NOT done. So off to the computer room I went.
First off, was touching up my sketchbook and organising the bits I had managed to do. After that came the roughs, and with not much research done yet it was difficult to find inspiration, so after pulling some shapes out of my book to place on my silhouette, I had something to work from however not anywhere near the outcome I wanted. Then on to my textiles; this bit I loved, because it meant I got to play around with photoshop, yes I'm a geek! Photoshop always opens up new paths when playing around with motifs and I love every second of it. Charlotte seemed to like the concoctions I made up from photoshop too, so I was pleased (only with the fish motifs on their own though, they still need more work!).
After all my stressing which all seemed a bit pointless, because I had no need to be so worried, no one was annoyed or disappointed with what I'd done (except me of course). The feedback from Charlotte was fantastic and we got to have a good look at some of her garments as well which was a bonus! I want the penguin one!
If you want to see who Charlotte Taylor is and what work she's created check out her blog here: http://charlotte-taylor.blogspot.com/ or her website here: http://www.charlottetaylorltd.com/