Drawing on the work you have produced from exercise 4.3 onwards, collate this material toform a presentation of approximately ten minutes on the design of your hotel room.Imagine the audience for your presentation are a diverse group of potential guests who might choose to stay in your room. Don’t worry about including technical jargon orContinue reading “PROJECT TWO: DESIGNING SPACE”
Import your hotel room model photographs to your computer or tablet and using Adobe Photoshop, or if you don’t have it, any 2D graphic or photo-editing software; Gimp if you are using mac, Krita, or Sketch (comes free with windows) to experiment with changing the images to create new graphics or sequences of ideas. TheContinue reading “EXERCISE 2:18: ADAPTING MEDIA ( I used photoshop)”
Here are some photos of my model from different angles and illuminated by natural light. RESARCH POINT 3: Research and define the lighting terms: ‘Key’ and ‘Fill’ and their roles in photography and film lighting. Make notes in your learning log. Film makers always aim to make an audience feel a certain way when watchingContinue reading “EXERCISE 2.16: LIGHT IN SPACE”
DOWNLIGHT: light that spreads downwards to the floor, downlights can be recessed, surface-mounted or pendant. DIFFUSE LIGHT: light produced by an extended surface, either directly or through reflection.Diffused light provides a uniform and soft distribution that minimizes shadows. BACKLIGHT: the lighting output of outdoor fixtures that is emitted opposite to the intended direction, generally anContinue reading “EXERCISE 2.15: LIGHTING TYPES”
Experiment with lighting effects on a sheet of white paper with different sources of light. Use gels, tinted plastics, glass objects or fabrics to alter the quality and colour of the light across the paper and record the effects with photography and mark making on the paper. Now try some of the same combinations acrossContinue reading “EXERCISE 2.14: CHANGING LIGHT”
Research deliberate, dramatic use of shadow and light from any sphere of creative work including interiors, architecture theatre, film and more. Collect and record images to give examples of both controlled natural light and those from man-made sources. Annotate and critique your findings to understand how the effects have been achieved (or not) in yourContinue reading “EXERCISE 2.13: FINDING SHADOW”
RESEARCH POINT 2, chiaroscuro: Research how various artists have worked with different lighting and how techniques based around the word have been used in theatre and by ‘film noir’ cinematographers. Find examples of dramatic use of light and shadow, be it chiaroscuro, film noir, or contemporary sources, and reflect on how light and shadow haveContinue reading “TOPIC 5: LIGHT AND SHADOW”
What I did first in this exercise was to take measurements of my hotel room, all of them are at scale 1:50, although some measurements from the sketches and some from the model don’t match because I had to adjust some details especially on the walls. What I did after writing down all the measurementsContinue reading “EXERCISE 2.12: MODELLED SPACE”
Create a concept for a hotel room of up to roughly 36 square metres in footprint and up to a maximum volume of around 100m3. Produce hand drawn conceptual sketches and diagrams of your design, with at least one in perspective. Either hand draw or digitally produce drawings at scale of the floorplan, then oneContinue reading “Exercise 2.11: DESIGNED SPACE”
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