Drawing a mind map over blurred and running watercolour forms can result in an exciting abstracted diagram. As mentioned in the above example, colours that link in with the subject matter should be chosen (muted, softer colours are usually more appropriate than psychedelic pinks and greens, for example).
ASSIGNMENT 03: MIND MAP A mind map is a visual representation of the connections that existing between ideas, terms and concepts. Create your own mind map using one of the many tools online, or go old-school like this example. Be sure your mind map includes at least ten key topics and illustrates their interrelationships. Upload your completed mind map here - https://www.pinterest.com/jimwentworth/assignment-03-completed-assignments-board/
In this example, numerous small images have been cut out and arranged, accompanied by annotation. Colours have been positioned carefully, so that the final image appears balanced and cohesive (rather than busy and chaotic).