3D

Cardboard prototyping

Some examples of amazing prototypes you can build with cardboard: Some more here:

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Cardboard prototyping

Some examples of amazing prototypes you can build with cardboard: Some more here:

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The uncomfortable

The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani.

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The uncomfortable

The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani.

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3D printed candy machine

This machine sorts small candies (M&Ms and Skittles) by color. It was designed and built by Netherlands-based New Zealander Willem Pennings, who is studying Mechanical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. He explains how the machine works on his blog:

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3D printed candy machine

This machine sorts small candies (M&Ms and Skittles) by color. It was designed and built by Netherlands-based New Zealander Willem Pennings, who is studying Mechanical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. He explains how the machine works on his blog:

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Brainstorming

During criteria B the purpose is to generate as many ideas as you can to address the solution of your problem. Since many minds can come up with more ideas that only one, it is quite useful during this state to

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Brainstorming

During criteria B the purpose is to generate as many ideas as you can to address the solution of your problem. Since many minds can come up with more ideas that only one, it is quite useful during this state to

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Isometric perspective drawing

Isometric perspective drawing is one (of the multiple) representation systems used to represent three-dimensional objects in two-dimensions. Isometric comes from the Greek and means equal, and this system is called isometric because it represents the 3 axis (x,y,z) equally foreshortened and the angle

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Isometric perspective drawing

Isometric perspective drawing is one (of the multiple) representation systems used to represent three-dimensional objects in two-dimensions. Isometric comes from the Greek and means equal, and this system is called isometric because it represents the 3 axis (x,y,z) equally foreshortened and the angle

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Andy Ristaino sketches

In order to see how real character design artists present their sketches, I want to introduce you to the work of Andy Ristaino. Andy is an Emmy­ award-­winning character designer who started off creating great comics like Escape from Dullsville

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Andy Ristaino sketches

In order to see how real character design artists present their sketches, I want to introduce you to the work of Andy Ristaino. Andy is an Emmy­ award-­winning character designer who started off creating great comics like Escape from Dullsville

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Character Design fundamentals

1. Density The amount of visible elements in a character. If you compare these two characters you can see that the amount of elements is quite different between the two. The more dense the design, the more you have to

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Character Design fundamentals

1. Density The amount of visible elements in a character. If you compare these two characters you can see that the amount of elements is quite different between the two. The more dense the design, the more you have to

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit A

This is a huge unit and I am going to need your help. What is 3D? What does it mean? Don’t we live in a 3D world? What does 3D means when we refer to the digital world? Are 3D movies

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit A

This is a huge unit and I am going to need your help. What is 3D? What does it mean? Don’t we live in a 3D world? What does 3D means when we refer to the digital world? Are 3D movies

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit B

Criteria B, Developing ideas. In this second criteria we will be developing ideas for your product, but before we jump into that there are some concepts about the 3D world that we need to address. Session 1. We are going to

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit B

Criteria B, Developing ideas. In this second criteria we will be developing ideas for your product, but before we jump into that there are some concepts about the 3D world that we need to address. Session 1. We are going to

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit C

Criteria C, Creating the solution Part 1. Construct a detailed and logical plan, which describes the efficient use of time and resources, sufficient for peers to be able to follow to create the solution. During this criteria your role switches from designer

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Unit: Speak 3D, crit C

Criteria C, Creating the solution Part 1. Construct a detailed and logical plan, which describes the efficient use of time and resources, sufficient for peers to be able to follow to create the solution. During this criteria your role switches from designer

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