Sketchmodels Homework…

Homework:

The self-directed work was to produce six equal shaped models that reproduce, interpret or respond to patterns, objects, paintings or videos. I searched on google for inspiration and printed off the ones that I liked.

First Model:

My first idea that came to mind was pattern and I liked the idea of the simple mickey mouse ears so I looked for a pattern of them such as the photo below:

 

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Mickey Mouse pattern

Here is my reproduced model with this image on the cardboard:

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Second Model:

I thought about what I like personally and nature came into my mind and seeing as it is autumn I thought I would use autumn leaves:

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Autumn leaves

Here is my interpreted model inspired from the photo above:

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Third Model:

This model was based on a film/book that I love  which is the Divergent series and these are the main symbols that were used in the series.

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Divergent faction symbols

Here is my interpretation/reproduced version of the picture above:

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Fourth Model:

I did an object from a well-known TV programme: Doctor Who. I responded and interpreted it by the way it made me feel from a video I found on YouTube.

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Tardis

Here is my interpretation version of the picture above:

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Fifth Model:

One of the example models on the lessons slide show stood out to me and I liked the technique however I knew I would not be able to recreate it so I tried a different route.

This is what the model was based on this photo below:

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Floral wallpaper

I cut strips of each colour paper and did an abstract plait design and stuck it together then placed a button on top.

I responded to the above photo with paper as shown below in the slide show:

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Final Model:

I went for a standard geometric pattern as shown below:

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Geometric shapes

Here is my interpretation of this pattern:

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Bibliography:

~Emily~

 

 

 

 

 

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