# 3D_001: 3D Final Model and Applications

Hi! So I have chosen my Model 3 in the previous post to be my Final Model. Yeay!

So here is the photo of my Final Model:

Then I also made the 2D sketch analysis for this model.

At first it looks okay as from all sides it is shown that the Dominant (D), Sub-Dominant (SD) and Subordinate (SO) in are consistent throughout. However there are some things that can be improved on:

• Referring to first side shown, the vertical length of SD looks similar to the horizontal length of D. Hence the D vertical length need to be longer, which will positively make the D more dominant as well.
• Referring to second side shown, the position of SD should be move more to the left so that it will be even closer to the area between half and one-third.
• Referring to the third side shown , the vertical length of SO looks similar to the horizontal length of D. The vertical length of SO need to be shorten differentiate it, but be careful to not be as short as the horizontal length of SD.

And below are the applications of my Final Model!

What’s your view of these applications?

Hope you enjoy the post!

# 3D_001: 3D Models and 2D Sketch Analysis

Hi! So for our very first project of 3D class, we learnt about rectilinear volume which consist of Dominant, Sub-dominant and Subordinate.

To put it simply, the Dominant volume (D) is the largest element of the object, the Sub-Dominant volume (SD) is the one that complements the dominant while the Subordinate (SO) is an interesting part that complete the whole design.

Then we all have to make 3 models from foam which each consist of one D, one SD and one SO. Follow are my 3 models:

MODEL 1

For my Model 1, the SD is wedged to the D while the SO is pierced through the SD. It looks long and thick with a very very tiny SO, which is quite hard to see from far. However it is solid and able to be stand firmly.

Sketch analysis of Model 1:

To conclude, my Model 1 looks like a typical model for D, SD, SO which make it not so interesting and quite boring!

MODEL 2

My Model 2 has the SD wedged to D and SO pierced through SD. It has a long, wide and thin shape. It consist of thin parts which makes it looks skinny in a way. This model cannot easily stand vertically like side A and side B. And when it does, the wide area of side A makes it topple easily when there is wind.

Sketch analysis of Model 2:

My Model 2 looks much more weighty and solid in the corrected sketch, I guess it is much more stable and sturdy (won’t topple as easily yeay)! Hence I think it can be more useful compared to before.

MODEL 3

In my Model 3, SO is wedged to D and pierced through SD (cradling). Both D and SD have short and thick blocks, making it looks small, chunky and closely-packed. However it is really stable and firm.

Sketch analysis of Model 3:

My Model 3 looks really transformed after the improvement! It looks fresher and more mature somehow. The longer D and SD make it looks bigger and more sturdy. While the shifting of SD and SO making the model less compact and have more negative space. I decided to choose this as my final model!

# 3D Week 1 Object of Interest

Hi! The Wellesley Bear up there is my object for 3D Week 1 Class.

In term of rectilinear volumes, the bear body is the dominant, the bear face is the subdominant and the ribbon tie is the subordinate.

It has a vertical symmetry with the irregular shape of a teddy bear. I think the design has a balance positive and negative space with front direction.

The bear also has a balance head and body proportion, making it looks normal. It has complementary color of different shade of brown and black. Especially on the face, the black eyes and dark brown nose and mouth clearly contrasted the light brown, enhancing the facial feature of the bear.

The shape and size of the bear really fit a hand to grip. In addition, the bear body was made of cotton, making it soft and really comfortable to squeeze.

What do you think of the Wellesley Bear?