Design observation pro 2

Design observation pro 2 - throughout the object. Then for...

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Through observation and documentation of my photograph I have come to the conclusion that it is absolutely impossible to replicate, but since my job is to do the impossible then I have figured out a way to do just that. When looking at the photograph you begin to notice the complexity of the lines and values seen. There are many different values of gray, all the way from the brightest form of white down to the darkest and deepest black. The curvatures of the lines in the photo create a complexity hard to mimic. The most obvious answer I can find to this comes from the idea of using a translucent material and creating a rough service on it such as sanding it down or painting it, to show the differences in values
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Unformatted text preview: throughout the object. Then for the blackest places on the project one can use a small piece of chip board to define the black areas. The whitest areas would not need to have any form of cover, so therefore you could just leave open areas where they are located. The hardest part of preparing this object would be the very intricate curves I talked about earlier. The best solution that I can come up with for this would be to use tracing paper to map out exactly where each value would be on the final shadow drawing. Once you have that I can just put all the pieces together and see what happens....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course DESIGN STU 492 taught by Professor Magallanes during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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