Output Development

I.     Inside vs. Outside
II.    Inside vs. Inside
III.   Outside vs. Outside



Wood Tests

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Laminated Wood

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Different Type of Flexture Patterns


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I.     Inside vs. Outside

Using the pattern shown below, we started by experimenting with pulling certain points in opposite direction within a certain set of parameters. In this case we tied strings to all the points whether inside the individual sub square or on the outside of each sub division. In comparison to the two next studies this surface is at a bigger scale.


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II.    Inside vs. Inside

After attaching the inside points/the end of the vertices to string and pulling the two points from the same subdivisions in opposite direction. By doing such we start to notice that the hole interior vertices are moved along the Z axis while the outside vertices of each sub square remains at around the 0 level.



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III.    Outside vs. Outside

In this following test, we used the same pattern as the previous attempts but instead of pulling points from the inside we tried pulling the four corners of each sub square and alternating their directions.  By doing so, the surface resulted in various ramps as well as the interior vertices popping up and down along the Z axis following the direction of the points that surrounded it.


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