Industrial Design Studio

December 13, 2016 — 1 Comment

In my Industrial Design Studio class, we focused primarily on developing our understanding of the design process and made models with Bristol paper (it’s similar to card stock). This semester we started with making platonic solids out of Bristol with uniform volumes. This was primarily to introduce us to cutting, scoring, and gluing the material. With this project, and every other one, we were expected to turn in work that was flawless. As a result, I was forced to make two of my five solids twice because of small imperfections in the cutting and gluing of the form. The second project I am going to attach an image of is my fish mask, which I talked about back in October. This project also required me to make several prototypes and iterations, until I finally had a mask that matched what I wanted both functionally and aesthetically. Ultimately, I was very happy with the outcome, despite my mother thinking on first impression that it was an otter. Personally I don’t see it

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