Presenting work:

For the tutorial session we are having to lean how we are going to present the work in which is going to be displayed at the exhibition at the end of the college year. Things in which we have to include are:

  • How the work should be presented – For this we must takes notes and photos as proof.
  • Look at how 3d modelling, concept art and games are presented. Look can look at sites such as FZD school of design for inspiration.

Here are some photos of other work in which we are needing to take for research.17310818_1299614860093190_2115815414_oFor this picture of the houses, it is presented well in the fact that each image shows the individual assets and the stages in which they have used in order to get to the finished product. The top two pictures show the finished product put together but with no textures applied, personally i think that it should show the separate parts of the building in the fact that you can not see where the different parts of the building has been put together. The middle picture in which shows the assets in which the person has used. This has be presented extremely well in the fact that they are all layed out separably and you can clearly see what they are. Another small thing that makes it look good is that he has presented them on a small platform instead of them floating, this looks better and more professional. All of the assets are included within the picture at the bottom in which has made it into a ‘beauty board’ this is because it is a finalised textures piece with all of the modular assets included. And finally and obviously the bottom two photos are the finished product in which looks very good and is presented well. perhaps the other side of the house could have been shown. Overall is very good. 17357048_1299614823426527_1265492403_oThis one right from the start looks really good in the fact that at the start the room in mirrored so that it can show you within one picture, what it looks like for the models to be textures and not textured. Also two smaller pictures showing what it is like after it has been rendered. The second two pictures are again impressive in the fact that it is a realistic point of view as if you were in the room . One of the things that i am impressed at is the scale of everything in the room looks amazing. This is what is called a diorama. This is a small scene in which contains modular pieces. I have done this with my work and I would use this as a example of how to present my work. In conclusion I think that the person has layed this out very well and I recommend to to anyone who is doing something similar17357747_1299614886759854_1492625910_o (1)For this final example of the 3d modelling process of how to lay out work, we have this fine example in which contains an intricate model of a robot and windmils.

Review progress:

Some of the Ideas generation that I have produced so far includes some of the assets in which I am going to include in my final major project. Some of these include small assets are pots and potion bottles. This is something that is still needing to be finished. By this point I have done a lot of sketches and research, just the writing needs to be done.

Some of the things that I am needing to do before moving on to my test pieces include, designing the alter and the room in which will be surrounding it. I am doing what is called a diorama in which is creating a model in which contains a scene with 3d figures in a small space.

One other thing that I need to consider is that I need to finish my project management. The part in which I make sure that I have made up my mind with everything in which I am going to include in my project.

Peer Feedback – Project Idea:

My idea is to create a room in which has the theme of necromancy, this will include magic and death.

For example on the side of death it will contain things such as:]

  • skulls
  • pitchforks
  • coffins
  • dead plants
  • tree with no leaves Basically anything in which represents death.
  • wooden cross (cracked and in bad condition.)

On the side of magic

  • Staffs
  • Weapons
  • Books
  • alter/altar
  • enchantment table.

I will attempt to put this in a surrounding building of a church to give it a scary feel to the environment.

Reviewer response

Your idea is really good I think skulls, dead plants, wooden crosses and coffins are all linked to rebirth however I don’t think pitchforks link to it that well.

Staffs, blades, alters, books and enchantment table are all really cool things to model and would make your scene look much better.

Your overall idea is good however I think you need to include life a bit more on your alter so it can be clearly linked to rebirth.