For my final project, I redesigned my second project (Shep). Making it bigger and badder! Beneath are photos of ShepSQRD the larger, more durable version of Shep.Read more "Final Project [ShepSQRD]"
Project Plantar has come a long way since its conception. In the beginning our group set out to build a Japanese inspired puzzle cube held together by kinetic energy. After three failed concepts the group settled on creating a planter that would be hung from a railing This planter would have two pots that were […]Read more "Project 3 [Plantar]"
For this project I took an 2D image of Apple’s profit over the past three years, then graphed it in Rhino to make a 3D model.Read more "Assignment 9 [Sculpting Data]"
For my collections project I created four different cups. They’re cool.Read more "Assignment 8 [Collections]"
I decided to use a similar design to one of the in class examples to create my own universal phone holder that would ratchet down onto virtually any phone size. Instead of using a clip for hanging my phone holder though, I designed a small button that is press-fit into the backside of the holder. […]Read more "Assignment 7 [Phone Holder]"
Our group aspires to create a puzzle similar in style and complexity to that of a Japanese wooden puzzle toy for our third project. We plan to create a puzzle of six to twelve pieces, that when put together form an interesting shape or form (star, cube, abstract object).Read more "Project 3 Inspiration"
It’s not a sheep, it’s a Shep! Project 2 challenged us to create a 3-dimensional object out of 2-dimensional material, joined together using joinery techniques rather than adhesive. Originally I wanted to create a life-size human skull that was simply layers of material stacked around a central joining post. However, after much research and deliberation […]Read more "Project 2 [Shep]"