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Virtual Environments Studio Journal Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week I Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

Research Figure1: Dahlia

Figure 2: Re-scaled and adjusted colour scheme using Adobe Photo shop


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week I Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

MOVEMENT 1. Cut out a series of isoceles triangles in different scales. 2. Starting with the smallest triangle, outline the triangle moving in a circular motion overlapping one another. 3. Continue to repeat step 2 with a larger triangle. 4. Repeat step 2 and 3 until pattern is completed.

Figure 3: An analytical drawing of Movement


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week I Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

SYMMETRY 1. Draw a circle 2. Find the centre point 3. Draw curved lines connecting the centre point to the arc. 4. Repeat step 3 until the circle in filled evenly with curved lines.

Figure 4: Analytical drawing of Symmetry


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week I Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

BALANCE 1. connect two curved lines to create a pointy triangle. 2. replicate, making sure they faces directly as one another. 3. on their right hand side, draw similar shape triangle overlapping one another. 4. Erase any lines to portray the the first triangle lays on the top. 5. Repeat step 3 and 4 until there's a total of 4 triangles for each full triangle.

Figure 5: Analytical drawing of Balance


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week I Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

Rhino 5 Tutorials


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week II Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

Workshop 1: Emerging Form Using strips of paper creating a 3 dimensional design based on our own selected natural pattern. In creating this 3 dimensional paper model, series of paper strips was cut in the same width. Strips are the being adjusted in length followed by exact/repetitive foldings and joining the strips in no particular order.

Figure 6: Paper modelling

1.Folded like so

2.Using a scissor to make the curve

Much like figure 1, except this 3 Dimensional paper model is extruded to emphasise its structure in an exaggeration manner.

Figure 7: Exaggeration


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week II Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

Modelled Digitally using Rhino 5

1. This 3-D model are much like Figure 6. starting off with curve lines then extrude it using the command.

4. After finishing 1 patch of pattern, the pattern is being replicated. This is the top view of the 3-D model being replicated 3 times.

2. Curves line are repeated drawn and extruded. This is the perspective view.

5. Perspective view of the rendered model. ( Replicated 4 times, and slight rotations)

3. Side view of the 3-D Model

6. “Artistic� format is used to make the model more clear in details, along with shadings.


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week II Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

Final Perspective view of the 3-D model, in the 'artistic' format


Virtual Environments Studio Journal : Week II Name: Minh (Fiona) Tieu Student number: 643679

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