Join Dave Schultze for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Design Foundation 3D: Shape and Form.
- So that's it for this course.…I hope these lessons and examples helped…to inspire and guide you in your work.…If you want more stuff from me,…and you like 3D modeling and rendering, you're in luck.…There's over a dozen different courses…right here on the library, all focused…on Rhino 3D software.…For more of my designs, theories, and writing,…check out schultzeworks.com…or connect with me on LinkedIn.…
First, see how the same idea can be applied in a smaller 2D scale—like graphics and print, fine art, and advertising. Dave then blows it up in 3D, and showcases examples from product design, furniture, architecture, and urban planning.
Projects and concepts are presented in an engaging and sometimes irreverent manner with images, videos, and personal and professional stories from Dave. Check out this fast-paced tour as it covers topics ranging from grids and axes to designing with humor.
- Design exploration with sketching
- 3D exploration with organic forms
- Grids and axes
- Defining space
- Color and contrast
- Texture and patterns
- Minimalism. Less is more.
- Retro. It's back!
Skill Level Intermediate
Kim Lee: Digital and Physical Production and Designwith Kim Lee1h 21m Intermediate
Maria Giudice: Design Leadership in Businesswith Maria Giudice11m 33s Intermediate
Design Foundations: Physical Materialswith Scott Clear1h 31m Intermediate
1. Primary Elements and Process
2. Ordering Systems and Massing
3. Color and Materials
4. Thematic Relationships
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