Final Jury – XYZ

Finally, final jury has arrived… It was the last jury of the tough and long semester. We were expected to produce a 3D construct with min 50 elements both planes and sticks. Our model should include all operations that we’ve learnt until this time. Different from the other step, we had a new operation called ‘thickness&texture’. As in the previous steps, we were expected to have a strategy and also the workmanship was of utmost importance.

We made a diagram, an orthographic projection of 3 sides of the model, an axonometric drawing and a poster.

Orthographic set:

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Axonometric drawing
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The final jury poster

First Pre-Jury

We were expected to produce a model by relating 25 elements,both planes and sticks. We were supposed to use new operations ‘scale&stretch’; so this time it’s us who decided on the dimension of the elements. Also, we supposed to develop a strategy to show our aim, therefore our strategy should be seen clearly on the model.

Moreover, we did an orthographic projection and a diagram to show the relation and to make our work clearer.



This assignment had 7 steps which were related to each other and aimed to understand how 3D construct can be formed step by step.

Step-1 We were asked to draw a grid of 36 x 36 cm, in which the intervals are same in both x and y directions. We decided on the intervals, I did 9x9cm.