But not really. Part two of the first project really. I think it's really just a documentation/drawing exercise. The rumor in the studio is that the school had a problem w/ it's accreditation a little while ago as we didn't do anything hand drafted. So this is to make up for it. Who knows. It's all hearsay.
We basically have to do an exploded axon of the network project and an iso/axon illustrating an element of the negative spaces contianed within our project.
As mine is a really nastily curved object, it'll was going to be incredibly difficult to figure out a way to construct it all by hand. Rhino3d to the rescue! Except Rhino nor any 3d modeling/cad program can't really generate true axonometrics. Everything is really an isometric. But an axonometric's distorted perception would make my drawing look incredibly strange and stretched anyway. So I'm sticking to an iso.
Working model renderings. I'm going to finish these diagrams up this weekend and start inking hopefully Sunday or Monday. I'm going to better illustrate the manufacturing/bending process of the disk in the next iteration. Also the negative space is going to get tweaked and I might show a secondary negative space.
Anyone got tips on inking? I've drafted w/ pencil on vellum but never ink on vellum.
Red Blood Cells / Negative Spaces
I'm so over this assignment.