Monthly Archives: October 2015

MOMI- The Museum of the Moving Image

Created by: Joy Roach, Nicole Zizi & Alice Moon MOMI: The Museum of the Moving Image Our group of three decided to base this project on the Museum of the Moving Image. As we started to think of a creative concept for this map, we first visited the museum to explore its: elements of design, exhibits and the attracted crowd.…

Jimmy’s Bad Day- Still to Moving

It was quite a journey attempting to make a character move manually on illustrator, to Premier Pro, back to illustrator. Due to a time limit, I was unable to figure out how to properly move characters on Premiere Pro, but, I still managed to make it work: Project Two was to get familiar with Premiere Pro and create an engaging plot from…

The Flat

The official shoe has finally been made.   Introducing…. The Flat              Using hard and soft materials, this project investigates how the ideas, “choices” and “environment” are incorporated into the design and making of this shoe. With inspiration from ballet flats, the shoe can easily be slipped on with the security of an elastic band…

The Flat- Recipe

Assignment 2G: Binded with black vinyl and tied together with black yarn, this recipe book teaches anyone to create The Flat- [because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality]

The Flat- Process

For this new project, “Foot Habitat,”  the biggest area I’m focusing on is habitat. While I was doing this NYC Observations, I begin to notice how much the environment has taken great affect into the actions of New York City dwellers. People are significantly walking faster, resting only when they are sitting down, and wear things that compliment their actions or…

Orthographic Measuring: Heels

[because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality] Orthographic Measuring: “representing a three-dimensional object in two dimensions” (wikipedia) The assignment was to create an orthographic drawing of one shoe. By dividing the paper into six sections, I drew all six sides of a size 6.5 women’s shoe. I used a 45 degree triangle (which is the most…

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