Brielle + KumJu Project 1

Model 1: Experimenting with Beetle Blocks Grids

Model 1a: Using scale to transform an incomplete rectangle.

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Model 1b: Creating a radial relationship between triangles.

01b Grid Hw_Week 1

 

Model 1c: Tranformation of model 1b in a line.

01c Grid Hw_Week 1

 

Model 1d: Tranformation of model 1b through change scale and repetitions of model 1b.

01d Grid Hw_Week 1

 

Model 2: Further exploration into Beetle Blocks Grids

Model 2a: Patterns

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Model 2b: radial grid pattern + offset

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Model 2c: radial grid pattern refined + explored on different axis

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Model 2d: sin curve – increment/length of line manipulation + explored on different axis

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Model 2e: Patterns printed with vinyl cutter

1 Pen Color

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2 Pen Color

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3 Responses

  1. The pentagon radial grid studies are really interesting how you were able to contain it within a five sided boundary. I would really like to see it printed, especially with some overlap and two colors possibly.

    In the triangular studies in the plotted drawings I like how the triangles begin to touch and start to scale into one another. It would be interesting to see more of the drawing and what happens when lines start to cross and intersect one another and how that will impact the overall drawing.

  2. I find the “seashell” very interesting. How the use of lines in an array with some constant change in the Z axis creates an effect of shading and rhythm. I find it very attractive and engaging. I wonder if applying a change in colour in correlation to the change in direction from the Z axis would create another effect or enhance the pattern and shading.

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