Sunday, October 25, 2009

SYTYCD: Haunted House

As seasons begin to change the leaves, they begin to rearrange. As for the house on Hillsberry Lane, the leaves, they never change. They flit, they flutter, they fly, and zip through the ski. Children be weary, children be wear the house at Hillsberry is not really there. Those who see it go inside and for an eternity they will hide. The house is haunted the house is disturbed this story you may think absurd; but I tell the truth from what I heard. Do not enter, do not coax for this story is not a hoax. Once young Octaviar sought to enter the door, as you guessed he’s body was no more. Klink, klank, thud, as he hit the floor, surly this story will rattle your core. Let it be known, that when you go and step inside, for eternality your soul will reside.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

SYTYCD: Scale Figures

This weeks drawing competition was to draw three human figures that showed scale.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Case Study: Axonometric View [part three]

Using the black and white floor plan, created in part one, I was now asked to continue the case study with an Axonometric view of the floor plan in a 1/8" scale. I was also asked to add a value study in pencil.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Case Study: Elevation Exploration & Mid Term Exam [part two]

I was asked to create yet another elevation of the interior space at a 1/4"=1' scale by using the floor plan that I had previously developed in part one of this case study. There were to be three elevations total: one to be loosely rendered in a medium of my choosing; one to be rendered with care and detail; one drafted and ready to render during class.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Case Study: Planning Ahead [part one]

This study allowed me to build upon, as well as enhance the skills I have already developed during the first 5 weeks of this semester. In this study I had to re-draw a given floor plan in a 1/6"=1' scale and convert that to a 1/4"=1' scale. I needed to pay close attention to the designer's drawing style and use it as a guide for my own enlarged drawing. I also needed to enhance my plan by adding a variation of line weights as well as adding my own furniture.