Monday, October 14, 2013

Elements and Principles of Design in 3D

The following projects were each done to cover a different Element/Principle of Design. They were all done using only the materials: Bosal Wood, Scotch Tape, Wood Glue, Sewing Pins. 


On each of the flanks, there is a different texture. There's a side with pins, a side with patches of wood glue, a side with tape, a side with both tape and wood glue mixed by spreading the glue along the wood and then simply placing a strip of tape over it, and there are a couple sides where the wood is scuffed up in different ways to make rough textures. 


On this one, there are shapes pinned together to create an example of scale. There are big shapes, then inside of those, there are smaller shapes of the same shape. 

Focal Point:

Here, there are wood shavings as the base, and then at the top, there's a big ball of tape with pins sticking out all around it. There's a small hole in the middle filled with wood glue. 


On this one, there is a repetition of shapes on top of the structure. 

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