Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Design II - Paper as a three dimensional object

I was looking over the posts I made of work from my art program at school and noticed I hadn't posted this one. This was from my Design II class and it was an extension of our first project where we took paper (Bristol Board) and folded it into boxes and other 3D shapes. This was supposed to help us transition from 2D to 3D design. We were supposed to "go wild and crazy" according to the instructor, but I got a little carried away with my craziness. I titled this piece "Air Show" because it was supposed to represent the maneuvers the USAF Thunderbirds and other military acrobatic flying teams do as they wow the crowds.

Until my next post,

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