Transformation - School Assignment from 1994

This was from an extremely challenging draughting class where we learned perspective techniques and such. Sloppy work was sometimes put up at the front of the class with "who's rubbish is this?" written on it. In this assignment we had to morph one object into another in six even steps, rendered isometrically with contour lines that had to fade with distance. Difficult, but fun. I still use both the pencil sharpener and the wrench.

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A very good exercise to teach students how to draw... It seems that you really took advantage of those teachings

March 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterG.

what did u study?
industrial design?
my kingdom to be able to draw perspective like that, i have been tryng to learn in M.E.Escher books, but it is proving vey hard. anyway, you are a genius!!!

April 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSabrina Collares

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