Sunday, April 18, 2010

Cable Car Project

Cable Car: Model!

This project is fun for me because you get to have a partner and can emerge two styles into your cable car design in one and you also get to learn and establish teamwork as far as whos doing what and whos buying supplies. Anyways, I am very satisfied with our model!
 Although..I mess up with the other half how i cut the same side view so i had to glue it back together with blehm from other scraps of foam that was cut out and fixed that up..It was a worst moment of my life but we picked up the speed of fixing and developing more unknown surfaces from sanding. Heres what we got so far.  


Main complex from this model: tail and front profile


Btw, my partner did most of the work. Haha

First color render

I think I have never rendered in color before in any of my class especially in my Vis. Com. class, we did not render anything in color this semester. I am quite dissapointed so I determined and thought I'd give it a try. By the way, this is not finished obviously. Also, this is quite a bad angle and lighting according to my camera shoot and no, I do not have time to fix, edit or what not and do not know how to do photoshop yet. Yea..what a pity for a Trans. student like

Vis. Com. Rendering

Assignment: Future woody cars

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Still Life (fun..)


Still life for R. Schefman's class

Cable Car Project

Trans. Studio: Canson Rendering
Cable Car
Started on cool greys first then adding any color saturation.



Some close ups

Design Concept: 6 sided: (3 additive and 3 subtractive) and Composition

6 sided: (3 additive and 3 subtractive)
This came out pretty great! I'm pretty satisfied with this :P
This 10lb foam model came out to be somewhat meaningful. As you can see arrow patterns or tire marks in front side. This pattern came out to be a symbolism of ups and downs in our lives.



Life is difficult. Therefore, you must climb through the hardship and reach to a paramount of success! 

Sunny, thank you for your love!


rock climbing :P

getting started
start out with this little 6 sided arrowhead

build some more..

 I've tried different ways to put these together


Final outcome

took some more pictures
(different angles)


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Soph. in CCS majoring in Trans design. Thinking about moving into Auto next yr