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Hi jeremy, poor thing...getting chased while posing for a camera.
gee, he sure is in a hurry and weird for..a person without arms
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
the area in which something exists or lives; "the country--the flat agricultural surround"
That which environs or surrounds; surrounding conditions, influences, or forces, by which living forms are influenced and modified in their growth and development.
My thoughts: Our surroundings in which the factors that affect our survival
2)They should be creative and also think out of the box...but must also be attentive and "steal" other peoples ideas
3)I would want to desighn innovative buildings, structures for the world to see that singaporeans have artistic talents too.
4)I must listen to the teacher attentively while doing my best in everything I do.
Discription-the car has a sleepy driver as no media=no music and the driver is falling asleep with fatigue and also he is bored with no entertainment. the dove and the mailman signifies that there is no technology so there is no email and we must go by the traditional way. the people in the block has no TV, computer or mp3, etc. so they can only read books, th ebank note shows no desighn in a world with no desighn.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Orthographic projection is the arrangement of Plan, Side, Font or Back elevations on a 2 dimensional drawing. It shouldn't be confused with axonometric, which is a sketch with lines at 45 degrees to simulate a 3D view.
dimensional drawing. It shouldn't be confused with axonometric, which is a sketch with lines at 45 degrees to simulate a 3D view.
Isometric is a drawing method where horizontal lines are drawn at 30 degree instead, whilst vertical lines are always vertical. There is no vanishing point.
Perspective drawing, source:http://jhh.blogs.com/anthos/2006/01/add_windows_to_.html?cid=140620118
Orthographic projections are drawn to a vanishing point while Isometric projections are not and are also based on a 3 120 degree axis.
isometric : http://www.we-r-here.com/cad_05/tutorials/level_3/3-2.htm