Monday, April 18, 2011

Drawing Project Final

Last week we had our review for our final drawing project. For mine, I made an accordion book of a bunch of sketches ive done in the past weeks and put them on the front and back of each 'page.' You can view my project intimately as a book, but it can also be folded out as somewhat of an exhibition piece, making the viewer casually walk around the book to see each piece.

 I focused on public spaces, like piazzas, because they are so frequent here, as well as successfully designed 'human' spaces where people can gather and socialize. I thought, with the continued use of computers that we as Americans are socializing physically less and it is becoming a more of an indirect socializing culture as time goes on. So I made it a point to focus and try to learn from these spaces to better understand what it takes for a public space to be successful, and how to design to bring people together in public areas to socialize.

my book!

In review...She's saying "Cory, the drawings are nice, but try to work more on the difference, understanding, and representation of depth..." #somethingineedtoworkon

Other projects from the students in my class

David Brockshus

Sam Mulholland -- faces with big noses

Paul Gehrke -- Shading with spent cigarettes

Mitch -- watercolor

Andrew Holcombe -- Cobblestone investigation


As you can see, the review was a big success!


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