Think about Field Condition
- Collect 3 images that represent the Field condition
- For each image, create a trace line drawing
- Based on the line, produce an abstracted pattern drawings by understanding and extracting the essence of the pattern
- Lay them out on 11x17in paper (tabloid)
- Upload all 9 images to the website
Show me your Rhino skill. Model 3 objects in the world.
Finish in-class exercise model, render views and upload images on the website.
Example on stacking architecture:
Cardboard Car by Lexus
3. Form making exercise
- Object size 10″x4″x10″
- Additive methodology by EdgeSrf command
- Subtractive method by Boolean Difference command
4. Stacking with Project Command
Measure your material thickness with caliper.
Material = corrugated cardboard
- After creating base form @10x4x10″ (make sure the form is closed PolySrf)
- Make the tile is facing the front view
- In front view, draw a horizontal line that runs bigger than the tile
- Copy the horizontal line to Z direction at increment of thickness of material (0.25″)
- In front view project lines to the form
- On top view, shift each section to avoid intersection
- Apply “ProjectToCplane” command to flatten on CPlane
- Keep track of an order and add labels.
- Layout the cutting object to 32×18″ laser cutter bed
- There is a directionality to corrugated cardboard
- Create a daily object using the technique you learned in the class
- Edit your field image in Photoshop for inspiration.
- Print it out on 10×10″ paper, and mount it on foamcore.
- Create cardboard stack model from Assignment 2.0 model.
- Bring the model to next class.
- Take 2+ photos of the model and upload images to your page.