Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Merry Christmas

This is Charlie! A little ornament that I made for Christmas out of wire and pieces of a monster energy drink.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Presentation

These are some of the images of what I worked on or helped with for the final presentation of Pathways Edges Boundaries.



Pathways Edges Boundaries- At Work

But it definitely worked out in the end! The basketball ended up being one of our final molds and we kept the per lite as our aggregate as well

Pathways Edges Boundaries- At Work

I never knew how difficult it was to work with cement. (The aggregate used was per lite)

I decided to experiment with using a basketball as the mold for our semi circles and used vaseline for the lubricant

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Time to Work

It's time to work! This is a photo of me and a few fellow students from the gateway group shopping for supplies at the local Home Depot.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Process

These are some sketches of various ideas that either i had or that were talked about within the class or group.

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Process

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Process

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Throw up Sheet

Pathways Edges Boundaries- Lightpools

For this project i was originally placed into the light study group. and Through observation i drew a university overlay of the parking lot with the various light pools that were created at night.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008


I decided to use color in the ed to give it visual appeal. The finished product goes through my journey from New York to UNCG and the fact that only the sky's are colored has symbolic meaning to me

Drafting Exercise 6.11

This one was harder to draw and measure because it had so much detail but ended up being worth the time and effort.

Drafting Exercise 6.10

In this draft, I played with different line weights for visual texture and definition.

Drafting Exercise 6.5

This was the first time i played with poche.

North Arrows- Drafting

I tried to be creative by dawing things that pointed up rather than actual arrows. My Favorite is the finger pointing up.

Plane View


Some beginning drawing in one point and two point perspective