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Just a little bit of sketching. Thought I’d take a brand which I believe has sneaker potential (Boxfresh), and play around with a few ideas.
I have recently rejuvenated my online mini portfolio after being required to present it at University. Feel free to check it out by clicking my “logo” above. It best shows my current ability as a designer, and I can safely say that … Continue reading
No, that isn’t a typo. I completely forgot to upload anything on last weeks progress, so straight to week 4/5. Unfortunately I have struggled these past two weeks, and not made nearly as much progression as I would have liked. … Continue reading
More progress this week, I have now practically finished the top half of my product (1st picture) with the vacuum formed HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene), as well as the inner skin (2nd picture). Good progress so far, although the far … Continue reading
Did another bit of practice yesterday before my test this morning. Wasn’t horrible, although I could have done with a wee bit more time. Either way, here’s another concept + board I created, and my resultant portfolio from the last … Continue reading
With a Solidworks test around the corner, I thought it’d be a good idea to come up with a concept; which wouldn’t just give me practice. The whole concept and brand came off the top of my head as I … Continue reading
Today was the first of five weeks in our University workshop, building prototype models of the products we have designed. The project was to design an interactive toy for children aged around 2-3 yrs, that could not exceed 15 x … Continue reading
Have been away for a while, so I thought it was about time I updated this blog with some more relevant stuff of my own. Currently building my mini portfolio, which means I need work that shows off my ability. … Continue reading
Reference Image – Courtesy of Ronnie Fieg @ Kith NYC *Rotten scanner chopped the edges off, but this shows the most of it to be honest. Most difficult thing was to get it looking proportionally right. It’s not perfect, … Continue reading