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FINAL PRESENTATION

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THE ARTIST’S STATEMENT
CATHERINE ZEMAN
INTA105: SKETCHING & IDEATION
WEEK 6 ASSIGNMENT 1
FACULTY: DR. PARICIO
DUE DATE: 2.6.18
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 3 - Artist’s Statement
Page 4 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Color Scheme I
Page 5 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Color Scheme II
Page 6 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Furnished Floor Plan – gray scale study
Page 7 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Furnished Floor Plan – color study I
Page 8 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Furnished Floor Plan – color study II
Page 9 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan – gray scale study
Page 10 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan – color study I
Page 11 - Week 3 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan – color study II
Page 12 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Refined Finished Floor Plan
Page 13 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Furniture and Materials Board
Page 14 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Two-Point Perspective - Stage I
Page 15 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Two-Point Perspective - Stage II
Page 16 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Two-Point Perspective - Stage III
Page 17 - Week 4 Assignment 1: Two-Point Perspective - Stage IV
Page 18 - Week 4 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan - Black and White Outline Drawing
Page 19 - Week 4 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan - Black and White Texture Study
Page 20 - Week 5 Assignment 1: Furnished Floor Plan - Black and White Outline Drawing
Page 21 - Week 5 Assignment 1: Furnished Floor Plan – Color Illustration on Canson Paper
Page 22 - Week 5 Assignment 1: Furnished Floor Plan – Color Illustration on Marker Paper
Page 23 - Week 5 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan – Value Study
Page 24 - Week 5 Assignment 2: Perspective Plan – Color Illustration on Canson Paper
ARTIST’S STATEMENT
•What are the desired objectives or outcomes of your final project?
The desired outcome is a realistic rendered portrayal of the design idea presented in my concept statement.
•In what ways is the design successful or unsuccessful in its composition and layout?
The composition and layout are both successful, as can be seen in the floor plan view. The goal was to create a comfortable and
inviting space for the owner and her daughter to enjoy by themselves and also when entertaining.
•How do the final compositions utilize unity, variety, and contrast?
The final composition is unified by the color palette of cool grays and blues and the angular shape of the furniture and paneling.
Variety is provided in the range of materials chosen – velvet, leather and lucite. Contrast is achieved in the juxtaposition of the
navy velvet chaise and the gray leather sectional, as well as the various textures present in the room – the smooth paneling, the
wood-grained floors and the wool carpet.
•How do the value study and the color study aid in the concept of rendering?
The value study presents an opportunity to view the design from a tonal perspective. It clarifies the different elements of light and
dark, so that the designer can make sure they are balanced. The color study creates an image that the designer can evaluate to
determine that the chosen color scheme is cohesive and pleasing. It is the first opportunity to see the concept ideation realized.
•What marker techniques did you use, and which ones worked best for you?
I practiced using marker over pencil and pencil over marker; laying down the shading first with gray tones and adding the color on
top; working with different types of paper: vellum, marker and colored Canson. My favorite technique is to use colored Canson
paper and to lay down the gray tones first, then add the color with markers and finally to add details with line weight, textures and
pencil.
•What challenges did you encounter in executing your final project? How did you overcome those challenges?
The challenges I need to work on are determining where to add highlights and being careful to include all shadows. I was careful
to use the marker very lightly so I could build the shadows up and keep the highlighted areas light. In particular, the navy blue
chaise was a difficult item to render with highlights. Also, the drapery was something that improved with every drawing by
focusing on the lines, line weight and shading.
•Do you feel that you successfully accomplished the stated goals for your final project? What areas could have been improved?
I do feel that my final project was successful. I am especially happy with the floor plan renderings. As mentioned previously, areas
of highlighting can be improved as well as working with the drapery to create effective shading.
COLOR SCHEME I

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COLOR SCHEME II

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FURNISHED FLOOR PLAN: ½” SCALE
GRAY SCALE STUDY

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FURNISHED FLOOR PLAN: ½” SCALE
COLOR STUDY I

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FURNISHED FLOOR PLAN: ½” SCALE
COLOR STUDY II

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PERSPECTIVE PLAN: ½” SCALE
GRAY STUDY

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PERSPECTIVE PLAN: ½” SCALE
COLOR STUDY I

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PERSPECTIVE PLAN: ½” SCALE
COLOR STUDY II

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REFINED FURNISHED FLOOR PLAN
½” = 1’-0”

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FURNITURE & MATERIALS BOARD

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TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE: STAGE I

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TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE: STAGE II

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TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE: STAGE III

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TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE: STAGE IV

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BLACK & WHITE OUTLINE DRAWING

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BLACK & WHITE TEXTURE STUDY

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BLACK & WHITE OUTLINE DRAWING

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COLOR ILLUSTRATION ON CANSON PAPER
[PEARL GRAY]

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COLOR ILLUSTRATION ON MARKER PAPER
[WHITE- REVISED]

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VALUE STUDY OF THE PERSPECTIVE

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COLOR ILLUSTRATION OF THE PERSPECTIVE

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