Since the final product is rather hands on interactive, I made a short video to show how the paper engineering mechanism can be played with in my work. If you hadn’t seen the ‘Process Stage’ post, Click HERE!
Thank you Jia Qi for being my camera man 🙂
Feedback given on presentation day!
Classmates’ Feedback and comments:
Joy’s Constructive Feedback 😀:
- Choice of paper for this project is very important. It is rather flimsy and may break or tear when flipped multiple times. Paper shouldn’t fray at the edges.
- Works can stand alone without instructions as it is rather distracting. Since the message of my project is ‘Self Discovery’, it may be better for the kids to explore the mechanism and how to play with this book instead of telling them how to.
- Florist composition need not have ‘Left hand here’ and ‘Right Thumb here’, but instead a thumb and a hand outline is good enough, or even using a ‘flipping the page’ symbol is okay too.
- Thickness of lines not constant (pots in florist is rather thin as compared to the rest). Suggested to change the setting, so when scaling up or down , can choose to scale proportionally.
- Egyptianologist Colors were a little more jarring as it has the luminosity of highlighters, whereas everything else has richness.
Thank you lovely classmates and Joy for the comments and constructive feedback! 😀 I really appreciate it!! 😀
YAY~ Assignment 1 is DONE!! 😀
See you next time for Assignment 2! 🙂
Seng Yi Ling.