Design an object in 3d to be printed. Ideally your object should serve a purpose. It could solve a problem, fix something or just entertain & delight us. The best projects will include some sort of moving part, a gear, a hinge an accuator.
Follow a design process, noting your process for publication on your site
research, brainstorming & ideation
sketch or diagram ideas & get feedback
design & print prototypes
iterate & improve prototypes
print your final project
publish a webbpage that documents your process & shows off your final project.
Create a 3d Blender animation that either combines your environment & character, or do a deeper exploration of modelling, animation or another design technique of your choice.
use skills learned from exercises
complete a challenging tutorial
combine your exercises into a project
bonus: animate using multiple cameras & camera movement, as you have learned in Photography & Cinematography
You will present your project to the class.Oct. 6
ex2.1. 3d environment
Create a 3d environment in Blender using layout, modeling and materials. Link your work to your et1/ homepage (index.html). Your environment can be a large landscape, urban environment, intimate room or even the inside of a small object. Anything you want. Even a fantastical other-worldly scene.
use layout tools to create primitives
use modelling tools to transform those shapes
apply materials to your objects
plus: feel free to explore and do anything that interests you
due: Sept. 22
ex2.2 3d character
Create a 3d "character" in Blender. It can be organic, mechanical or fantastic.
due: Sept. 26
ex2.3 Blender animation
Create an animation by animating either the elements in your scene or the camera(s). Even better, animate both.
Semantic elements in HTML are those that describe the content it contains. For example a <section> and <article> describe parts of a web page in a way that <div> does not. Semantic HTML aids web development and is important for accessibility.
you will link all your assignments and exercises from here.
in a future exercise you will update this page with your design from figma
due: like now!! today!! ASAP.
ex1.2 figma wireframes
Create some wireframes in Figma by tracing other mobile-first websites. Once you feel comfortable, start to create a wireframe for your homepage and emerging tech homepage. Your wireframe should include the following elements
sections & articles as needed
Link it today, if you haven't yet.
due:week of Sept 5
ex1.3 figma moodboard
Yeah... you'll create a moodboard. Kinda like the collage you did for Ashleigh, but with elements you would like to use on your site(s). These should include:
2 fonts from Google Fonts that go well together
colours you like... maybe even a colour scheme
some photos you would like to use for both content & backgrounds?
ideas for navigation (links) to your exercises & projects