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EXERCISE 2/ FINAL This is a photo of the 14 conceptual models inspired by the process of the recipe. I really liked the way these turned out.

EXERCISE 2/ FINAL This is a photo of the 14 conceptual models inspired by the process of the recipe. I really liked the way these turned out.

EXERCISE 2/ FINAL This is the final shot of my board with all the conceptual drawings based off the process of making brownies. The only point on improvement was that i needed to pin the drawings down properly, to make the presentation look more polished.

EXERCISE 2/ FINAL This is the final shot of my board with all the conceptual drawings based off the process of making brownies. The only point on improvement was that i needed to pin the drawings down properly, to make the presentation look more polished.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRUSHING/ The idea behind this was the pressure required for crushing, and what that pressure causes. I showed pressure with the large section heavy wood (like the rolling pin) at the top, pressing down on the brittle (like the chocolate) plaster, showing what happened to the chocolate when I crushed it. I liked the spaces created by these forms.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRUSHING/ The idea behind this was the pressure required for crushing, and what that pressure causes. I showed pressure with the large section heavy wood (like the rolling pin) at the top, pressing down on the brittle (like the chocolate) plaster, showing what happened to the chocolate when I crushed it. I liked the spaces created by these forms.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING 1/ CHOPPING/ I was looking at the idea of something being chopped into smaller and smaller pieces in a precise manner- with almost a sense of order to it.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING 1/ CHOPPING/ I was looking at the idea of something being chopped into smaller and smaller pieces in a precise manner- with almost a sense of order to it.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this. I used brittle plaster to reflect the brittle shell and a shiny textured material to show the internal egg- visible through the cracks.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this. I used brittle plaster to reflect the brittle shell and a shiny textured material to show the internal egg- visible through the cracks.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ WHISKING/ The idea behind this is the inclusion of air, and the pockets of air (shown by the material of bubble wrap) incorporated in the motion of whisking. I used quite expressive  and free forms, with the metal representing the whisk itself. I liked this space created by the forms of the materials.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ WHISKING/ The idea behind this is the inclusion of air, and the pockets of air (shown by the material of bubble wrap) incorporated in the motion of whisking. I used quite expressive and free forms, with the metal representing the whisk itself. I liked this space created by the forms of the materials.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this. I used brittle plaster to reflect the brittle shell and a shiny textured material to show the internal egg- visible through the cracks.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this. I used brittle plaster to reflect the brittle shell and a shiny textured material to show the internal egg- visible through the cracks.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ CRACKING/ The idea behind this was the outer shell of the egg contain the ‘useful’ material and the idea that through its destruction we can access this material. I concentrated on the forms I observed when making the brownies and tried to incorporate this.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ WHISKING/ The idea behind this is the inclusion of air, and the pockets of air (shown as ovals in the drawing) incorporated in the motion of whisking. I used water color to reflect the idea of free uncontrolled movement- hence the main strokes go off the paper.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ WHISKING/ The idea behind this is the inclusion of air, and the pockets of air (shown as ovals in the drawing) incorporated in the motion of whisking. I used water color to reflect the idea of free uncontrolled movement- hence the main strokes go off the paper.

biblipeacay: “ *CODES - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities* by Federico Cortese via @Oniropolis. ”

biblipeacay: “ *CODES - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities* by Federico Cortese via @Oniropolis. ”

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