The task board and basswood versions of my first joint
The task board and basswood versions of my second 3″ x 3″ joint.
The second joint, exploded so that all the individual parts can be seen.
My chosen Mars landscape.
The first of the two 36″x36″ digital drawings, incorporating our two grids, multiple views of two of our four larger joints, and the martian landscape we had chosen earlier.
The second of the two 36″x36″ digital drawings. This one has a more vertical layout to accentuate the vertical nature of my 4th joint.
The first of four 3″ x 3″ x 9″ joints. Only the 3rd and 4th joints were also constructed out of basswood and then painted.
The second of four 3″ x 3″ x 9″ joints. Only the 3rd and 4th joints were also constructed out of basswood and then painted.
The third of four 3″ x 3″ x 9″ joints.
The fourth of four 3″ x 3″ x 9″ joints.
One of the two 48″ x 18″ digital images, showing 4 sections of the imaginary extrusion of the new grid.
The second of the two new digital images. This one turned out a bit more precise than the first.
A rendering of the conceptualized site model.
A second rendering from the other side.
A plan of the model. Black represents solid that is being cut through, while all other colors are the actual surfaces as they would be colored. I attempted to use the grid in the background to differentiate between a white surface and the background or “void” in the model (traditionally displayed as white).
A section cut through the foundation of the model. Black represents solid, while white is surface. The various notches/voids where the pieces would site and/or create can be seen throughout the section.
This section is more of a shot looking down at the model – no part of the model is actually cut in section. All colors (including black) are representative of the actual colored surface.
The final site model, showcasing the modular nature of the base or ground, which could be deconstructed into three parts for easy transport.
One of the three main parts of the site model, with all the components taken apart and laid out separately.
The final sit model, completely assembled. The grey turned out to be much darker than I had originally planned.