Even today, I wonder if I made the right choice in changing majors. I would tell people my current major and sometimes have to tell what my previous major was. Sometimes I wonder if people think I'm crazy for doing so. So far I'm kind of enjoying the modeling making: cutting wood, folding paper, laser cutting plastic, etc. Plus I'm learning a bit about drafting in programs like autocad and revit. I keep telling people that it's not easy, it's a little like animation/illustration, just a new level of difficulty (new expectations and demands).
Anyway, I figured I'd try to show you guys the things I have done so far. In one of my classes, we had to create new folding techniques using bristol paper, here are the final nine designs that I came up with:
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Sunday, September 16, 2012
I know it's been a while since I posted anything, I've been a big occupied with my classes and whatnot. Right now, I'm learning to how to use Autocad to make floor plans, how to render shapes and furniture, and making various designs out of wood and Bristol paper. For now, I'll just show you guys my stacking project. We were told to first make a plan, a elevation, and an axon view for one of our walls which we make by stacking pieces of wood. So here's one rough done in pencil, and one done in pen: