This studio course explores drawing and modeling as a means of understanding the relationships between things: their size, qualities, effects, and relative positions. The human body as a measure of the environment is a key concept in the course. Considerable attention is given to the development of a disciplined approach to the construction of measured drawings as a means for developing and describing design concepts. Though intended primarily for students considering a design-related career, it is open to students from any discipline wishing to improve their visual literacy and spatial perception.
- Introduction to measured drawing through digital drawing.
- Development of an understanding of dimension and proportion.
- Notation of time and movement through drawing.
- Full-scale three dimensional modeling.
- Introduction to Zund and laser cutters.
- Introduction to long exposure photography.
- Rhinoceros 3D
- Adobe Illustrator
Drop/Add Deadline: January 23, 2024
Mon, Wed 8:30-11:30am B100 MLB (Jan. 10-Feb. 23)