DESN 132A—PERSPECTIVE & RENDERING SYSTEMS I | FALL 2020 | T/TH 4:00–6:45PM | ONLINE (AMI)
SKETCHING, GETTING STARTED
Below, a preliminary rough sketch for an exhibition display. Notice the Logo would need to be corrected to comply with the correct logo, italicized and bolder lettering style. Other styling cues, such as rounding of some corners should also be developed. Display stands need representation of accessories, bikes need to be added and people should be traced from photos or entourage. More background context should also be added.
Feel free to sketch the environment in which your display furniture will live. These sketches do not need to be the primary focus of your design, but may be a great complement to your presentation.
BEYOND BOXES - TRIANGULATIONS
BEYOND BOXES - ADVANCED CURVED SURFACES
STUDENT EXAMPLES (TRADE SHOW)
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLOs)
GRADING AND EVALUATION RUBRIC
The following Rubric will apply in assessment of the student's work product, presentation, and/or process:
* Estimate only. See instructor and calendar for specific due dates. Summer Session schedule is more compressed with one week equal to approximately two and half semester weeks.
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