Sunday, October 23, 2011

Design Process Analysis





These are just a few of the slides I made for a recent lecture I gave in my Project Preparation and Research class at the LA Academy of Figurative Art. The topic of that week covered design fundamentals and I used the great William Joyce's airship sketch (found online) from the "Meet the Robinsons" Disney movie as an example of just beautifully thought out and executed design. 

I just started teaching a second class, Layout and Composition for Entertainment, this past Saturday and both of these endeavors have kept me considerably busy these past few weeks. I will still find time to keep working on my children's book project and hopefully other personal art as well, but if I don't get around to that, I'll try and post some of the stuff from my classes so that they may hopefully inspire and inform others.

10 comments:

  1. Inspiring info dude, will definitely keep some of this info in mind when designing in the future. Thanks for sharing the knowledge!

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  2. Wow, you're blog is just stuffed with awesome work! Really informative post, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Your welcome, guys! I wish that design were mine but I'm happy to expedite the learning process for anyone out there.

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  4. Thank you for share it with us !

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  5. is there a video of your lecture? :) i would LOVE to see!

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  6. Thank you Mauricio! I'm studying composition right now and this slides are helping me a lot! I wish I could spent a time in LA to do one class with you and other with Nathan Folkes in LAAFA.

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Thanks for letting me know what you think :)