## 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 1 : Pandora’s Box [Final]

This post marks the end of the first foundation 3D project – Pandora’s Box.

This post will be written in the following sequence:

 Point 1 Brief Overview of the Project Point 2 Thought Process of the Given Word Point 3 Experimental Process Point 4 Finalised 2D Sketch Model Point 5 Process of Making the Final Model Point 6 Final Model

`            BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE PROJECT`

For this particular project, we are to create a 3D sketch model that composites of rectilinear volumes.

Definition of Rectilinear: Moving in, consisting of, bounded by, or characterised by a straight line or lines.

Essentially, we are to organise 3 rectilinear volumes, establish the dominant, sub-dominant & subordinate relationship among them and create a composition that exhibits the word given to us.

However, we are to identify the principal axis of each rectilinear volume and keep the principal axis of the volumes perpendicular (90 degrees) to each other.

For a better understanding of the terminologies involved, you can check it at my previous post: https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/engj0007/3d-2d-sketch-analysis-of-interesting-object/#more-111

## 3D | Project 1 : 2D Sketch Analysis of Interesting Object

[First Lesson – 18 August’17]

Prior to our first 3D lesson, we were tasked to bring along an object that we find 3-dimensionally interesting. I looked around my empty room in hall, and the object that came close to being interesting was the bottle given to us during our freshmen orientation camp!

Came the first lesson of 3D where everyone was given a chance to present the object that they found interesting and through which, we were taught on the various factors to be considered when analysing the object. For 2D sketch analysis, we have consider the object as 2-dimensional where it is flat and drawn with no perspective.