Form Generation for Designers 2D 3D Master Class TM, With Real Time Case Study and Case Method.
About the Master Class:
This course is about studying form design through a step by step breakdown of the 2D/3D generation of forms, where we will explore how the 2D form can be generated from the basic primitive form and shapes like squares, cylinders, spheres, etc. Also, this course is very very vital when it comes to product designers and it becomes essential for grooming their form visualization and understanding. How to understand the
As I used to say in my design courses, that design cannot be learned in the rot learning way or Textbook learning the way that you learn through a chapter and remember some formulas that will yield you some solutions. Design is unique and when different people approach the same we will get different solutions based on the inputs that the designer works on.
So design can be approached in the way of learning through case studies and by doing activities on your own to learn yourself.
Learning by doing and learning by action.
Benefits of the Master Class:
- Learn about form generation with the basic elements of shapes like squares, cylinders, and spheres and how they can manipulate as a form.
- How to convert forms from basic shapes into many forms and then to iterate them because form keeps getting beautified or evolving only when it is iterated.
- How by basic sketching we can iterate simple forms to start visualizing the variations and beauty it can be created from with which we can actually learn form generation and study
- How to add colors and elements to make them look like solid forms and gives some attributes
- How to convert 2D forms to 3D forms and visualize the same
- How to generate forms in materials like wood and thermocol and study them for form manipulation and radii manipulation and how to present them.
- How to generate the visual expression arrived from the bike to air automobiles and make a 3D form out of it
- Learning about form addition, form subtraction, and form integration in depth by inserting the cube 67 times and seeing the final outcome