Design Drawing 3 Assignment: chrome animals or "mechs". This is my second attempt. I think it came out well. Not sure how he is gonna blend in being that shiney lol. I have to do at least four more and I'm sure I'll post another or two.
Thursday, July 28, 2005
Friday, July 22, 2005
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Posted by elliot ortiz at 11:14 PM
Some more Design Drawing 3 work. A marker exercise demonstrating chrome. I used 2 AD markers for the blues anf finished it off with some red eyes and nue pastel chalk.
Posted by elliot ortiz at 10:58 PM
Thursday, July 14, 2005
An in class exercise done in Design Drawing 3. Here we are comming up with products and choosing a sutable layout to show them to there full potential. Aspects such as contrast, readablity, composition, and cool factor all come into play here. The largest sketch should read 1st and have the most impact on the page. This should initially capture the viewers eye and bring them into the compostion. To support the "hero shot" are details and secondary sketches. These serve to better show off the product and its features. A large branding logo is alo incorperated but sketched lightly as to not distract from the product. One will also notice how the dark background links all the images together on the page and the boarders keep the sketch contained. This exercise took about 40 min to complete using Prismacolor pencils and a dark blue Copic brand marker.
Posted by elliot ortiz at 11:55 PM
A homework assignment for Design Drawing 3. The assignment was 2 cubes per page. The cubes had to include parting lines, buttons/ controls, LCD/ displays, through holes, etc. Were also had to sketch a range of different materials on the volumes. Here is one page I sketched with a wooden/ brushed aluminum volume next to a matte one. The chrome detail on the smaller box next to the display really makes this composition pop from the page.
Posted by elliot ortiz at 11:41 PM