While exploring this two technics of creating the focal point in a design I decided to play with the motif of a leave. I create two designs for each technic. The ones on the top represents concentration. the ones in the bottom represents isolation. Hope you like them !
I decided to change the design for my curved lines. I feel the first one I made looks a little disorganized and it is not one of my favorites. In the re – design I try to make it more organized and at the same time creative and interesting by using some of the lines from the first one.
I decided to select this 4 designs because they were the strongest of my sketches. It was a difficult decision to choose only four designs out of 100 sketches for each problem: A. Using only vertical and horizontal lines, B. Using Diagonal lines, C. Using curved lines, and D. Combining the different kinds of lines mention above. Besides been the ones I thought were the most interesting, the designs I chose occupied the full-size groundsheet and creates an absorbing visual flow through the entire composition. Also each design strongly emphasizes lines by using different thicknesses and directions.
A. Using horizontal, vertical, diagonal and curved lines, divide the page into a design that emphasizes line but develops interest in how the space is subdivided.
B. Using only straight horizontal and vertical lines, divide the page into a design that emphasizes line but develops interest in how the space is subdivided.
C. Using only diagonal lines, divide the page into a design that emphasizes line but develops interest in how the space is subdivided.
D. Using only curved lines, divide the page into a design that emphasizes line but develops interest in how the space is subdivided.
Hello! My name is Juliana Vargas. I am from Barranquilla, Colombia: a lively country full of color, music, dance and talent, where family and values are our priority. Since I was four I began to get involve in the art world. Later when I grew up I discovered that art, specially painting, was my passion. At first I wasn’t sure about what career I would like to choose but I always knew that I want to study something related to art and design. I learned about scad, its mission, vision, opportunities, curriculum and academic purposes and I came to the conclusion that SCAD was definitely the place where I belong. I want to study Industrial design. Im sure Scad is the perfect place for talented students to show their creativity and imagination. I am happy to be part of this group!
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