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Construction drawing and detailing

Transcript: Ergonomics Pressure is build on the arm due to its continuous rest on the edge The files are stacked beneath the computer, stationary placed well around it as well In this course we aimed to learn the technique of representation ranging from a space to objects. This course had given more than the normal associations of materials, generated a thinking process of the kind of feelings evoked from a colour and finally the finish was a finish ! Colour Material And Finishes KEEP EVERYTHING IN EASY REACH Furniture Construction Material Minimized by being able to use all the fingers rather than one for the sprayer Finish/texture Introduced to greater details of three material categories: wood, metal and plastic. As well as related production and manufacturing processes. No arm rest for wider movement of the hand. It allow an easy insertion of the chair underneath the table and we usually rest our hands on the edge of the table Introduced to greater details of three material categories: wood, metal and plastic. As well as related production and manufacturing processes. basic theory for any design begins heith the study of human propotions as a successful design is only when comfort is matched Furniture and interior design Design Studio I Semester 3 Heta shah This course allowed to develop our own studio chair after the study of the existing and acquiring an understanding of its functionality There are no working documents around the current working space. Construction drawing and detailing Post card front, depicting fickle minded, humorous, emotional, observant and colourful 7 different materials, one word "SHARP" MINIMIZE PRESSURE POINTS

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Transcript: Simply... Use Metaphors With Visuals Graphs Are Very Powerful Imagination IDEA By And Present To Your Audience Frame 3 - End Frame 1 - Beginning Frame 2 - Middle SOCIAL MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY Open communication that's encouraged between consumer and business What is Social Media? General Social Media Stats Limit Text Put Your Ideas On Paper IDEA After Careful Planning Grab Your Computer Step Home Sweet Home To Visualise The Finished Product Don't Be Afraid To Take Risks 70% of brands have a presence on Google+ 4% growth from Q4 2012 70% of marketers have used Facebook to successfully gain new customers One million pages can now be accessed with the "login with Facebook" feature 67% of marketers will spend more money on social media for the holiday season Facebook and Instagram users are the most engaged. Around 60% of their users sign in every day (Compared to 46% of Twitter users) To RESOURCES EDUCATION MARKETING Use High Quality Visuals To Support Your Message Social Media: Harness Technology TRENDS FUTURE A collection of online communities dedicated to community input, interaction and content sharing. Take each Frame Info from http://www.crowehorwath.com Start Putting The Presentation Together With Your Software 4 Fundamentals of Social Selling Advanced (& Simple) Linked-In & Twitter Techniques How to Leverage Other Social Networks 72% of all Internet users are now active on social media More than 70% of users access social media from a mobile device Americans spend an average of 37 minutes daily on social media, a higher time-spend than any other major Internet activity, including email The new race in social media is not for audience, but for multi-device engagement (phones, desktops, and tablets) 60% or so of social media time is spent not on desktop computers but on smartphones and tablets 93% of marketers use social media A two-way street, not a one-way Take The End Product To Support Your Ideas You Need BUILDING on Media that interacts with you SOCIAL MEDIA APPS & SOFTWARE Use Your Dig Up As Many Ideas As You Can Step And Bullet Points

Drawing and Construction of Meaning

Transcript: Facilitation of Crafts of Writing Examples: Tone, Genre Mood, Details "Drawing is not just for children who can't yet write fluently, and creating pictures is not just part of rehearsal for real writing. Images at any age are part of the serious business of making meaning-partners with words for communicating our inner designs." Open-ended Assists with planning Expands capacity to think Rebecca L. Powell, University of South Florida Drawing: A Necessary Semiotic Mode References: Bakhtin, M. (1986). Speech genres and other late essays. Austin: University of Texas Press. Christianakis, M. (2011). Children's text development: Drawing, pictures, and writing. Research in the teaching of English, 46(1), 22-54. Cutler, L. & Graham, S. (2008). Primary grade writing instruction: A national survey. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100(4), 907-919. Dyson, A. (1986). Transitions and tensions: Interrelationships between the drawing, talking, and dictating of young children. Research in the Teaching of English, 20, 379-409. Hui, W. (2011). The writing behind drawing: Lessons learned from my kindergarten class. Journal of Classroom Research in Literacy, 4, 3-14. Mackenzie, N. (2011). From drawing to writing: What happens when you shift teaching priorities in the first six months of school? Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 34(3), 322-340. Mackenzie, N., & Veresov, N. (2013). How drawing can support writing acquisition: Text construction in early writing from a Vygotskian perspective. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 38(4), 22-29. Mo, Y. Kopke, R., Hawkins, L., Troia, G., & Olinghouse, N. (2014). The neglected "R" in a time of common core. The Reading Teacher, 67(6), 445-453. National Commission on Writing for America's Families, Schools, and Colleges. (2003, April). The neglected R: The need for a writing revolution. New York, NY: College Entrance Examination Board. Retrieved from www.writingcommission.org/prod_downloads/writingcom/neglectedr.pdf. A Social Activity -to mediate interactions -to situate their texts Mo, Kopke, Hawkins, Troia & Olinghouse, 2014; NCWAFSC, 2003 Crafts of Writing Construction of Meaning Ruth Hubbard, 1989, p. 157 Cutler & Graham, 2008 1/2 hour a day direct writing instruction most of it decontextualized basic skills Print literacy is privileged Dialogic Literacy Connections to Drawing Generate new knowledge and understanding Funds of knowledge Provides a path for powerful thinking, drawing, and writing A Construction of Meaning A Cognitive Support (Adonoiu, 2013;Christianakis, 2011) "Writing is often overlooked or marginalized" Cognitive Demands Dialogic Literacies Drawing and Writing: A Gallery of Ideas DRAWING Writing is complex Safe, transitional space Consequences for limiting semiotic resources

Drawing 1-Final Powerpoint

Transcript: Drawing 1 Yamileth Gomez RT 124A: Beginning Drawing Professor Vogler My Bio & Artistic Background My Bio & Artist Statement Formal Art Experience: - Took a painting, drawing and ceramics class in high school Future Career Interests: -Work at an art gallery or become an art teacher Current Goal: -Get Associate's Degree and major in studio arts -Transfer to a university to get my Bachelor's Degree What I Have Learned & Accomplished Use of Different Techniques -Hatching -Cross-Hatching -Continuous -Shading -Painting (Water Color) Chiaroscuro -The balance in lighting and emphasis on shading to create a realistic, intense, and dramatic effect. Surrealism -Incorporate fragments of reality into an artwork. Applying Elements & Principles of Design in Art Work -Lines -Space -Value -Shapes I would compare and contrast my art work "Ink on a Pedestal Table" to Picasso's famouse painting "Large Still Life on a Pedestal Table" created in 1931 in Paris. This art work is a replica of Picasso's original piece except I used ink on a 18 x 24 drawing paper instead of using oil based paint on a large canvas. Even though it is not as vibrant and lively as the orginal piece is, my drawing is still able to capture different shades of greys, blacks and whites. How would you compare & contrast your work to the artist you have researched? Elements of Art & Principles of Design Lighting Techniques Drawing Hands Surrealism in the Arts Bruneleschi Cubism Color Theory Studio Projects This project was based on an important element, lines, and how we learned how to use them. It piece consists of: hatching, thick and thin lines, curved lines, spirals, and bent lines. Title: "Elements in Sight" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Thin Ink Pen, Thin Sharpie, Ruler Title: "Differences of Four" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Thin Ink Pen, 2H & HB Pencil, Ruler, Water Color (B&W) This project was based on the chiaroscuro effect, which adds a dimension of depth to objects. A lighter surface, shade, shadow, reflection, and a cast-shadow are shown in this drawing. Title: "Manipulation of Objects" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: 2H, HB, B Pencils This project still involved the chiaroscuro effect but involved still life and shading. Objects were overlapping, which made certain proportions, values and textures seem one way up close and another way from a distance. Title: "Flowers in Style" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: 2H and B Pencil, Ink Pen, and Thin Sharpie This project involved a modern art style and was inspired by M.C Escher with his drawing hands piece. The hand is the main focus of this piece while the flowers add some patterns to the whole drawing. Title: "Fancy Whiskers" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Black Conte Crayon This project was based on the animal in you, which involved surealism. This art movement plays with the concept of reality and dreams, this can be interpreted with the cat having human like features and clothing. Title: "Slanted Cityscape" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: HB and 2H Pencil For this project, we used bruneleschi, points that create perspective shapes. I used 2 point perspective for the buldings and there were 2 vanishing points that connected towards the center. Title: "Ink on a Pedestal Table" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Thin, Black Ink Pen This project was inspired by Picasso's original oil based painting called "Large Still Life on a Pedestal Table". The art movement is cubism and it was meant to be representational, which came up in the 20th century because of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Title: "Mannequins in Action" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Brown Conte Crayon, Thin, Black Ink For this project, I had to put wooden mannequins in an environment with perspective. I chose to use the brown conte crayon to give this piece a wooden-like look all around. Title: "A complementary Look" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Water Color Paint This project was a self-portrait that was meant to give off color theory effects, which was complementary in this case. I used shades and tints of orange and blue to add to the overall look of the image represented in this piece. Title: "Collision" Dimensions: 18 x 24 in. Tools Used: Water Color Paint In this project, abstract was the art movement that inspired this piece to come together with complementary colors. I chose to use shades and tints of orange and blue because it adds playfulness to this messy art work.

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