Category Archives: Process

Curvilinear Volumes: Japanese Snack + The Pizza That Got Away!



So for my final model I’ve managed to manipulate it into a small rice cracker for the dominant that is accompanied with a chocolate ball for the sub dominant and a small pockey stick for the subordinate. Here i did a short little advertisement for the snack!



Another application I did is titled ‘the pizza that got away!’ This is because since the dominant is tilted at an angle on an independent axis, it gives a sense of motion that it is rolling away. The sub dominant is the pepperoni slice that the chef only manage to put before it started to get away! So in midst of that, the chef threw a knife which is the subordinate, in hopes of stopping it.

Hope you enjoyed both of my application!

Curvilinear Volumes: Sketch Models and 2D Sketch Analysis


For my first sketch model and analysis, I have to make the subordinate which is the cone smaller and slender so it can protrude through 1/3 of the disc to be seen.


For my third sketch model, I have to reduce the cylinder to half its size to make it more like the sub dominant while the cone, I plan to make it a little more short and broader to make it more dominant.


For my last sketch model, I have to reduce the sphere to half its size to make it even more prominent.

In conclusion, I plan to use my first sketch model for my final as I think it has the potential to be a very interesting composition!