We were asked to produce the set of orthographic projections of House VI designed by Peter Eisenman from 3 views.
It was really hard for me to finish 3 views on time, I had timing problem and also the line quality was a problem to solve.
By rotating the given object along one or more of its axes, we created an axonometric projection. Axonometric projection helps us to show the object more than one its side in the same image. Therefore, there are more relations that can be seen easily than orthographic projection.
We were assigned to draw an axonometric drawing of an object which was given in an orthographic manner.
We were assigned to draw an orthographic set of 3 different views of the perforator. The scale of the drawing was 1/1.
Orthographic projection is a type of drawing which represents a 3D object in two dimensions.
We were assigned to draw an orthographic drawing of the given object.
There are some points which I must pay attention.
1.Line weight and line quality are vital.
2.Reference lines should not be visible, however you cannot erase them.
We were assigned to take photos and make a collage. We were expected to make a collage which should be studied on theme of ‘solid-void’.
What is solid-void? It’s actually not a defined theme; I meant that, it’s us who decided on what will be solid. Then, void comes; void depends on what we have selected as solid.
We were supposed to visit 5 specified places. These are some photos that I’ve taken:
And this was the collage that I’ve submitted for grading:
In this assignment, we supposed to make a poster by using 10-15 important keywords which we’ve taken out from the video by BERNSTEIN, L. ”What Does Music Mean?”, Young Peoples’s Concerts. Also, this time we expected to use the abstract background that we’ve chosen by ourselves.
A font is something that is a particular size, weight (bold), style (Italic, underlined,
strike-through) and color of a typed character. Today there are 3 major styles of typefaces; Roman (serif fonts), Gothic (sans serif fonts), Script (handwriting fonts).
Let’s look at some interesting typography that I digged out: