## 3D | Project 3 : Mnemosyne’s Scent [Fashion Accessory | Final]

This post marks the completion of Project 3 – Mnemosyne’s Scent. For our final piece, we were grouped in pairs where we were tasked to create a fashion accessory based on our planar designs and plastic sculpture that can be found in the below:

Introducing my gorgeous partner & model, Daphne!

## 2D | Project 2 : Forrest Gump [Final]

This post marks the end of Project 2 – Forrest Gump!

Hallelujah, I’m so glad that it’s over judging by how much I struggled in trying  to interpret the quote and coming up with a composition that accurately represents my interpretation.

In this post, I’ll include the

• Background information of the movie (quote)
• Ideation
• Process
• Final design

for the individual quotes.

For most of my design compositions, I took the quote out of the movie context and illustrated it in the most literal manner. After trying out the different styles, I figured that this was style that suited me the most.

## 4D | Exercise : Clock Time

For this in-class exercise, we are supposed create a 30 seconds video that expresses clock time.

Clock time:

Clock time, also known as measured time, is time quantitatively measured by regularly recurring events of intervals. Examples of such includes casting shadows, recurring sounds, live durational performances, etc.

Ideation:

Keeping it simple and relatable, I filmed a 30 seconds video of my classmates during lesson. Giving it a little twist, I filmed 3 different videos and edited it to allow the videos be placed side by side. So in a span of 30 seconds, we can see how everyone is absorbed in their own work.

You can watch the video in below:

Thank you!

## 4D | Project 2 : The Subverted Object

Kon’nichiwa! This post will be on our second project for Foundation 4D | Project 2: The Subverted Object.

In this project, we are given 3 different pictorial task to complete with the assigned object to us:

 Task 1: Denotation Where we photograph the object from various angles, capturing the object’s: Physical attributes: shape, form, texture and material. Practical function: context, environment and interaction Task 2: Connotation Where we subvert the object’s meaning through other elements and capture the object’s: Cultural relevance and meaning Celebrate or change or critique the object’s meaning. Task 3: Text and Image Where we select an image from Task 1 or 2 and give a title to it.

## 3D | Project 2 : Gaia’s Ikebana [Final]

This post marks the end of the second foundation 3D project – Gaia’s Ikebana.

This post will be written in the following sequence:

 Pointer 1 Brief Overview of the Project: Project Criteria Pointer 2 Introduction to Ikebana: Definition of Ikebana Types of Ikebana Pointer 3 Research on Summer:  Definition of Summer Colour Palette Mood Seasonal Food & Fruit Plating Pointer 4 Thought-Process: Sketch-models Inspiration & References Pointer 5 Final Model: Analysis of Final Model Explanation of the execution