The “Spot” Project

This Drawing includes 3 variables of graphic design: 3: Circles that have mini horns on top, creating a darker shade size: The corners and the middle part of the drawing shrink down in size distance: There is some distance between the smaller spots and the biggest direction:  Dots use direction to create a shape.

This project shows how can you use one spot to create an image composed out of 3 variables of graphic design. 
3: Circles that have mini horns on top, creating a darker shade
size: The corners and the middle part of the drawing shrink down in size
distance: There is some distance between the smaller spots and the biggest
direction: Dots use direction to create a shape.

 

 

This drawing includes 5 variables of graphic design: 5: Dots that have a darker shade on the top Distance: The smaller dots create distance between the biggest and medium dots proportion: different size of dots  interval: different selections of the dots create different scenes of motion  density: dots create density throughout each other direction:  medium and smaller dots are moving towards the bigger dots.

This project shows how can you use one spot to create a image composed out of 5 variables of graphic design.     
5: Dots that have a darker shade on the top
Distance: The smaller dots create distance between the biggest and medium dots
proportion: different size of dots
interval: different selections of the dots create different scenes of motion
density: dots create density throughout each other
direction: medium and smaller dots are moving towards the bigger dots.

This drawing includes 7 variables of graphic design:   7: three lines and some shade  distance: there's a distance between the smaller dots (back) and the biggest dots (top) proportion: there's different size of the dots  interval: each section haves something different going on density: the picture itself its dense because of the scenery  direction: bigger dots are coming at you  scale: different size of dots  size: smaller dots, bigger dots.

This project shows how can you use one spot to create a image composed out of 7 variables of graphic design.
7: three lines and some shade
distance: there’s a distance between the smaller dots (back) and the biggest dots (top)
proportion: there’s different size of the dots
interval: each section haves something different going on
density: the picture itself its dense because of the scenery
direction: bigger dots are coming at you
scale: different size of dots
size: smaller dots, bigger dots.

The “Spots” Project came out to be a challenge for me. I’ am pretty good at drawing things that I create from my own imagination, but taking something simple like a spot, and creating a whole image from it was a real struggle. It makes it more complicated when for each one you have add different variables on each one. Another big issue I had with this project was finding out a way to balance the spots to make it look the way I wanted. Usually when there’s others shapes involved it’s easier to create something out of those shapes. However in this case I only had one shape/ spot to work with for the whole design.

The three variable spot drawing was the easiest one to draw (obviously.) The five variable was the most fun one to do, since I’ve already had an idea on how it was going to look like, although it didn’t came out as amazing as I wanted it. The 7 variable was a real struggle, I had no idea on how to work so many variables together as one piece. It didn’t help either that the spot I chose was a bit trickery to work with, since it was composed of lines and shadows. However miraculously I got inspired watching the “Game of Thrones” and from there I started working, which it didn’t came out half bad. Although it was a real struggle to not dirty the paper with all that pencil chalk.

 

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