Sunday, February 12, 2012

Spring Projects

I think this is the first time in forever that I actually decided to post something. For those who don't know, I just began my interior design classes this semester. One of my projects involved drawing a box full of fruit from the top and from the side in ten different ways:
This is the line drawing of the top part of the box.
This is a rendered drawing of the top (my personal favorite).
 This is suppose be the figure ground of the top (all objects in the box shaded in).
 This one is suppose to be a reverse figure ground (all negative space shaded in).
 This is just a line drawing of the side (don't ask me why it's side ways).
 This is a rendered drawing of the box sideways.
After drawing those six drawings, we had to cut the box in half and draw out the shown slices, like in actual architecture.
 This is the line drawing of the half box (don't ask me why it's sideways).
 This is the rendered drawing of the sliced box, with fruit starting to ripe.
 This is the figure ground of the half box.
This is the reverse figure ground of the sliced box (don't ask me why it's sideways).
In another project, we had to buy basswood and cut into specific pieces based on the instructions our professor gave us:
Basswood: 16 posts: 1/4" x 1/4" x 3"
                  16 cubes: 1" x 1" x 1"
                  8 half panels: 1 1/2" x 3" x 1/4"
                  8 panels: 3" x 3" x 1/4"
Plywood: 1 base: 12" x 12" x 1/2"
Had to them in wood shop, it was not easy (really intimidating) but it was a good experience to get under my belt. 
That's pretty much it for now, I'll let you know any other projects I do (school or personal) hopefully sometime soon.

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