TRANSFORMATION [THING TO PLACE]
Intermediate Studio, Fall 2014: Taking a known, everyday object and transforming it in equal steps into an environment. Using Micron pens and and square foot panels of bristol board, each transition zooms further into the scene by 200%. Limited to using only methods of hatching, cross-hatching and stippling, I developed a sensitivity to form transformation, sequential imaging and surface definition.
- 7, 12"x12" Bristol Board
- Micron Pens
Rapid Visualization, Fall 2015: Learning to convincingly draw water as a material and manipulate the composition to incorporate secondary imagery.
- Toned Gray Paper
- Graphite Pencils
- White Charcoal
FIGURE DRAWING AND INTEGRATION
Rapid Visualization, Fall 2015: This project was a “skill gate” for the class as it was the completion of learning how to draw the human form. I integrated mechanical features into the human figure to make a convincing interpretation and representation of what a hybrid of such nature would look like. For my creation, I aimed to not simply tack on mechanical elements, but fully integrate them into the form to make a plausible human-robot figure.
- Drawing Paper
- Blending Stumps