January 21, 2013
January 16, 2013
This is my “RE”design of the combination line design.
In the critique a lot was mentioned about things just being lost in space and not running off the page.
So I choose this one to re-do this one so it could take advantage of all the space.
Our latest design project was titled “Subdivision of a groundsheet”, we choose four of our favorite thumbnails; one of horizontal or verticle lines, one of diagonal lines, one of curved line, and one using all three. We then cut pieces of black construction paper and glue them onto four white 8-by-10 inch groundsheets to demonstrate it using excellent craftsmanship.
In class we did a critique on everyones pieces, but just one of them.
Everyones favorite of mine was the curved line design. Below are all the comments that were made:
“It is very whimsical”
“A new approach to a common assignment”
“Out of the box thinking”
“It is as it’s going to fly off the page, it has great rhythm”
“More of a shape than lines, 3D”
“Need to work on your sharpness of lines, no fuzzy construction paper edges.”
Overall the critique was a fun learning experience and I’m looking forward to more of them!
These are the thumb nails of our latest design project, “Subdivision of a groundsheet”.
These are just thoughts on paper as I was brainstorming and coming up with ideas. Some are clearly out of deperation, but there are a few diamonds in the rough.
Today in class we did an exersize on Concentration & Isolation.
We could use any medium we liked and any size square we liked, from there we demonstrated one square with each concentration and isolation.
The two with the circles represent Isolation and the other two represent Concentration.
January 7, 2013
I’m Lauren Davis, I’m 18, and I’m from Savannah, GA.
I’ve lived in Savannah my whole life, I come from a family of 5, and I work at Halo Models and Talent. It just so happens that my dream school is practically in my back yard! I am attending SCAD to study Interior Design in hopes of one day having my own design firm and designing high end retail stores and hospitality. But right now I’m loving learning the foundation of it all and finding who I am as a designer.
Inspiration is huge to me. I am inspired by lots of things: authenticity, traveling, the sea, humor, photos, love, food, the weather, the human body, chaos, colors, simplicity, the creation of the earth, and people and the things they’re passionate about.