Write about the big ideas behind your project? What are the goals? Why did you make it? What are your motivations?
Research & Context
[How does your outcome relate to other work in the field? What makes it similar or different to other objects of the same genre? How have other objects failed to solve the problem you have identified?]
[Include sketch with as much details as possible, like: approximate dimensions, materials, layers, textures, colors, and aesthetic influences.]
Aesthetic & Inspiration
[What influenced your design? Is there a specific style, art movement, or natural phenomena? Include at least one example. Can be a still image, video, or music.]
Process & Procedure
[Outline your approach to the project. What steps did you take to design, model, sketch, and prototype this projects? What ideas did you generate and how did you refine or reject them? How did you use cutting, etching, scoring? What challenges were encountered and how did you resolve them? Include photos of prototypes, redesigned sketches, design worksheets, and failed trails.]
[Two renderings on complete project styled with finished background, lighting, positioning, reflection]
Five semi-pro photos
[Five semi-professional photos with care given to context, lighting, staging, scene]
[Reflect on the process of making this project. What did you learn? What would you do differently?]
Digital Tooling (DigiTool) provides a platform for any CMU student to learn Digital Fabrication processes; all of which are very hands-on.
Like these processes, this class is also very hands-on. I...more