Field Study – Drawings


Beyond the creation of our field model, we were also asked to explore our surface through drawing and photography, similar to our exploration of our original joint. These drawings consisted of a diagrammatic study (two 30″ x 30″), a second abstract perspective exploration, and four new photographs. Once again I utilized the blue/grey color scheme, which at this point had become part of the work and was a great way to give unity and clarity to the entire project.

All of our second semester work up to this point created our body of work for our midterm review.

The first of the two 30" square studies illustrating the structure through to-scale plan and section. This was our first usage of human figures to illustrate scale, and while originally I was a bit apprehensive, I soon grew to enjoy them.

The first of the two 30″ square studies illustrating the structure through to-scale plan and section. This was our first usage of human figures to illustrate scale, and while originally I was a bit apprehensive, I soon grew to enjoy them.

The second of the two 30" square studies.

The second of the two 30″ square studies.

The second abstract perspective drawing of the semester, which, like the first one, I used to attempt to explore the exploded nature of the structure.

The second abstract perspective drawing of the semester, which, like the first one, I used to attempt to explore the exploded nature of the structure.

Four photographic studies of the final field model/surface.

Four photographic studies of the final field model/surface.

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