Sunday, May 12, 2013
Monday, April 1, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Paalam sa parents, Sabihin mo nalang birthday ni ganito. -Gawain ng barkada
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Sunday, November 18, 2012
I’m not perfect, life doesn’t come with instructions. OKay?
Friday, October 19, 2012
Monday, October 1, 2012
#24 Get good with line weights.
Line weights are one of the most important aspects when drawing. They are your way of creating depth and understanding of 3 dimensional concepts on a 2 dimensional platform. Line weights are directly related to scale and with each thickness comes new meaning. If you are getting told that you do not have proper line weights or that your drawings are not “speaking” well, then here are some things you can try to develop a better line weight vocabulary.
Use at Least Four Scales.
- The Skeleton - This would be like the scale of a construction line. This would be a layer that is almost not visible and will act as a skeleton for the entire drawing.
- Small Scale - This would be things that are not as important, in the background, or very far away.
- Medium Scale - This will act as mid-scale elements but will not take any importance away from the hierarchy of the composition.
- Large Scale - This is used for the things that are the closest to the viewer, used to define section cuts, or used to bring importance or hierarchy to an element.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Compilation of the best Life of an Architecture Student posts I made and printed on a 36x44 for display in my studio.
submitted by: goodbyemagpie
i forever love you. this made me so happy to see someone actually take the time to make this AND hang it up /cries
now i shall print this and hang it up too
maybe this can turn into a project …… hmmm :)
semua benaaarr..!!! hahahahaha