Design Contemplation

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Design Contemplation Spencer Inions Whenever I try to think who most inspired me to venture into the area of design, I would have to say it was my mother. She is an Art teacher and throughout my life encouraged my artwork abilities. During elementary and middle school, I attended her class and began to see the world in more than just the world; instead I began to see it in lines, angles, curves, and geometric objects. She also helped me to understand the beauty of detail in even the most obscure objects, such as a leaf or a blade of grass. While my mother has always been a drawer of the human body, she seemed to see a skill for buildings and landscapes when I was younger, and she began to capitalize on that. I learned from her the basic concepts of drawing at a very young age, mainly perspective, depth, value and so forth. These concepts would help shape my journey through the art in high school and create a strong foundation for me when I reached the pinnacle of design learning. I still remember the first day that I felt I wanted to be a designer. It was
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