This has been a great project, I have learnt how to model make to a professional standard, increasing my skills using different techniques for a variety of materials. Above is the complete model. I added a few final touches such as the carpet which grouped all the interior objects and the ribbon which could […]Read more "THE BUS STOP MODEL"
To complete the interior of the bus stop I replicated the stools and Pouf. I measured the size of each object making sure they are to scale with the rest of the model. For the pouf I wanted to make it as real as possible. Using a simple running stitch I sewed a square shape […]Read more "BUS STOP MODEL – PROPS"
Similar to the shaping of the roof, I figured out the shape of the bench and using a finer grade sheet of sand paper, begun to round the edges once the piece where glued. Making insertions into the polystyrene board base, I connected the bench to the base once panted it red. This will act […]Read more "BUS STOP MODEL – BENCH & BED"
After Painting the body black, I cut out the windows and added some small similar details which where on the real bus stop. I traced the size of each window on paper and used it as templates for the really windows. I was lucky enough to find some thin plastic, which was being thrown out […]Read more "BUS STOP MODEL – WINDOWS & POSTERS"
Here is the first steps of what was a very large scale project. From previous posts you might have seen my converted bus stop project. I am now revisiting this project, materialising the entirety of what I did and how I did it. Using my woodwork and modelling skill I remade the project on a […]Read more "Bus Stop Model – Roof & Body"
Metal welding, a unique method of shaping materials and creating a sturdy structure to work from. We used this technique to shape a 1:1 scale frame of human shoulders. This gave the Hollow Man a sense of realism and 3D form. Above, Jasper and ‘Tom’ are having a friendly chat outside New Cross Gate […]Read more "The Hollow Man – Coat"
This is the beginning of a weeks long project called ‘Tom the Hollow Man’. In a group of 5, working against time, recreated our own perception of an invisible man. Starting by making a frame for the glasses. Using a triangular design to hold the glasses with 3 points of contact, allowing the puppeteer to […]Read more "The Hollow Man – Glasses"