Monday, September 12, 2016


David Covarrubias
Last Thursday the class made drawings of the Ideal Solids with an imaginary, three-dimensional space. The directions were to use all five forms, addressing the light and to engage with 2 - 3 edges of the composition. In addition, students were to use at least five of the six Distal Cues (see tab above). The drawing above shows the objects cropped on three edges. Furthermore the objects overlap, are placed in diagonal relationships and are proportionate to one another. The top of the cube in the background is slightly tilted forward. Remember as an object approaches the "eye level" the top plane will become more parallel to it. In other words, the top will not show as much.

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