Since we have to redesign one, I choose to work again the one of all of the lines together. Looking at all of the different projects on the wall this monday, I decided to go with something really simple about this redesign. From the 25 thumbnails sketches for all lines I decided to develop number 11. The sketch has more lines on it but, as I said, I wanted to go for something simple.
What I like about this design is that it looks like and ice cream, and if you turn it around looks like a little boat. Just by using all the lines together we can create two designs in one. Also, as you can see in the curved lines I wanted to try to make the line from thin to thick, from the top to the bottom. It is not that clear because, for me, making a beautiful curved line is hard. But at least I tried, right?
I scream, You scream, We all scream for Ice Cream!
I hope you have a good rest of the week.
And we meet again…
After having a really hard time choosing 1 of each different lines, I finally decided for these 4.
First, the horizontal and diagonal lines. I selected the 25 thumbnail because I liked the 2 one but the negative space was flowing. So, I decided to mixed thumbnail number 2 with number 9 and create this one for my final project. One thing I like about this one is that it looks like buildings. Observe it…
For the diagonal lines, I really like number 21. I like this one because it looks like a reflect. Also, using thick and thin lines were very helpful to remark the two big squares. This is definitely my favorite one.
Now, for the curved lines I choose thumbnail number 19. What I like about this one is that all of the lines look like they are “flowing” away from the center of the drawing but it also looks like a spider web. I actually wanted to do number 7 but I knew it would take me a lot of time trying to figure out HOW to do it. However, I am happy with the results for this one. (And yes, that black spot is glue…)
And last but not least, all lines together. I actually did not like this one. I think is so borring and simple. I wanted to do number 15 but I was convinced by a friend that this one is more interesting than the other. I do not have much to say about this one…
After working hard, I finally got to finish all of them and got a little sleep. I hope you guys enjoy them and feel free to give any good or constructive critique about them.
Here are my 100 thumbnail sketches .
First, the horizontal and vertical lines:
Followed by the diagonal lines:
Now, we have the curved lines:
And finally, all lines together:
And those are all of my 100 thumbnails sketches. On my next post, I will attached my 4 final projects.
My name is Laura Matteo and I am from Caracas, Venezuela. My mom is Venezuelan and my dad is Italian. I have an older sister named Adriana. My sister and I grew up in Caracas; we graduated from high school and then we came to the United States. Adriana is studying advertising and I am still thinking what I would like to major in. One of my choices is graphic design. I like this career because is impressive how can someone create and artwork, an advertisement for a magazine, or even edit a photograph just with a computer. On the other hand, my other option is jewelry design. What I like the most of this career is that I can use my hands to create a body adornment. I still have time to choose between those two.
I am very honest, sociology is my favorite subject, I’m extroversive, I can be really loud sometimes, I don’t have too much patience,and I love to make people laugh. Meeting new people, knowing their stories, and where they are from is something I will always like. But on the other hand, I can be really quite.
Welcome to Blog.scad.edu. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Refer to the Technology Policy in MySCAD or your handbook for complete guidelines and procedures surrounding the use of SCAD accounts.