Stage 4

Submission Instructions

Monday March 30 studio session will be 1:1 meetings. First in first served ; )

Final presentation is Tuesday April 1 [uh-oh April fools?!]

Presentation schedule: 

9.00 Alex Ware
9.10 Jessica Walsh
9.20 Luuk Abernethy
9.30 Rachel Cross
9.40 Emma Kinsella
9.50 Alex Love
10.00 Sarai Nathan
10.10 Brad Mancer
10.20 Janoo Patel
10.30 James Norling
10.40 Natalie Harris
10.50 Rachel Baker
11.00 Carla Molyneaux
11.10 Xavier Ellah
11.20 Emma Calkin
11.30 Leanna Hill
11.40 Ethan Wimsett
11.50 Madison Duxfield
12.00 Emma Wall
12.10 Andy Morrison
12.20 Amelia Wilkes
12.30

 Lunch

12.40

 Lunch

12.50

 Lunch

1.00 Saphera Fitzsimons
1.10 David Argue
1.20 Kayla Davenport
1.30 Emma Tring
1.40 Emma Solomon
1.50 Danielle Wilson
2.00 Anna Engels
2.10 Finn Beattie
2.20 Helena Steinmann
2.30 Josh Lewis
2.40 Steph O’Shea
2.50 Birzinya Purification

* a slide show (i prefer pdf because it is more stable than powerpoint… save pdf from powerpoint is easy)For this presentation you will produce:

* orthographic drawing set at 1:20

* physical model of the space at 1:20, plus any other material studies you may have made.

 

The slide show explains your ‘design narrative’ (how you talk about your work) and will include (as a minimum):

* concept and precedent ideas (at least 2 slides of each)

* 2 rendered (aka ‘coloured in’) perspective views of your design

* selected details from you orthographic drawings – this is to direct people to look at specific parts of the pinned-up drawings.

* photographs of physical models

 

The orthographic drawings and models show what your design actually is, with or without you there to explain them.

For the ‘orthographic drawing set’ make a plan and 2 sections, or, a plan and 4 ‘developed surface‘/interior elevation drawings. These can be extracted from a SketchUp model, and then overdrawn & edited in photoshop  etc.

The physical model will be based on your laser cut ‘flats’, and include basic form and material descriptions of the design.

You will not produce all of these documents to the same level of finish or resolution – it depends on how you work, what your design is like and how it is best explained. Presenting designs not an exact science, no one will present the same thing or in the same way.

WARNING: presentations will run over from the normal 3hr class on Tuesday. There will be a presentation schedule posted a head of time to say when you present. If you have another commitment before 2pm on Tuesday we will schedule you in to present earlier. This presentation is using some of the ‘flex-hours’ available to the course. 

***Here is the Presentation that Mercia went over with you in class on Monday the 25th covering presentations, lighting and CryEngine refresher.

Studio Presentation

Tuesday March 25

1:1 appointments as follows:

Kate   Mercia
     
Rachel Cross Saphera Fitzsimons
Emma Kinsella David Argue
Janoo Patel Brad Mancer
Sarai Nathan Emma Tring
Kayla Davenport Luuk Abernethy
Alex Love Josh Lewis
Steph O’Shea Danielle Wilson
Natalie Harris Jessica Walsh
Rachel Baker Anna Engels
Carla Molyneaux Emma Calkin
Leanna Hill Helena Steinmann
Birzinya Purification Amelia Wilkes
Emma Solomon Emma Wall
Alex Ware James Norling
Ethan Wimsett Finn Beattie
Xavier Ellah Madison Duxfield
Andy Morrison

Monday March 24

From the feedback at Interim Presentation you should have some pretty good ideas about what to move on with developing your project. This needs to keep evolving through to the final submission.

Today we will be looking at spatial representation in more detail. Mercia will give a demo on ‘Cryengine’ (3D interactive digital space) and Kate will review using hand-rendering techniques for plans & sections. (link here to the model for this task)

For this class we need you to bring:

* a SketchUp model with interesting materials (and new shapes?). Look at this PDF if you need some help here. (the link in the PDF to the ‘How to use Paint Bucket’ video is broken. Here is is again.)

* a range of papers (e.g. cartridge, water colour, grey, black, tracing paper &/or film) graphite pencils, water colour pencils, brushes and something to hold water. Also the usual things like tape, a knife, and possibly a glue stick.

 

Last modified: April 2, 2014