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DESIGN PORTFOLIO M I C H A E L DAV I D C H A P M A N


EDUCATION University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Bachelor of Science - Industrial Design 2015 College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Class of 2015 Oakwood High School, Class of 2009 High School Diploma WORK EXPERIENCE Rookwood Pottery Company - Full Time: May 2013 - Present Creative Devlopement/Designer Intern - Responsible for visualizing designs for various projects - Provided leadership for rapid prototyping and surface modeling products - Refined mold making and sculpting skills

RESUME MICHAEL CHAPMAN 10 0 E T H R U S TO N B LV D. DAY TO N O H 4 5 4 0 9 9 3 7. 6 0 9 . 8 6 5 7 ch a p m a m d @ m a i l . u c . e d u

Freelance Design Work for Jim Postell - Used sketching, modeling, and rendering skills - Designed product for the redesign of Battery Park in New York City - Learned engineering and human factoring skills

DAAP Rapid Prototyping Center – Full – Time: March 2012 - December 2012 Lab Assistant Intern -Responsible for Laser Cutting 2D geometry into various materials -Provided leadership and support for Powder Printing 3D models -Developed skills for CNC Machining 3D models -Acquired ABS plastic machining skills University of Cincinnati - Part Time: June Teaching Assistant - DAAP Camp 2012 (Highschool Camp) - Taught highschool students about sketching, Adobe Suite, and various other skillsets used in design ACTIVITIES Cincinnati Cycling Club Urban Basin Bicycle Club MoBo Bicycle Cooperative volunteer (repair and restore bicycles) Porsche Club of America - Mid-Ohio Chapter Industrial Design Society of America DAAP Tribunal: (student government) Bearcat LaunchPad (entrepreneur accelerator program) DAAP Ambassador (student leadership program) DAAP Connect (mentor underclassman on various skillsets) HONORS

GPA: 3.8, Dean’s List 2010 - Present Freeman Foundation Scholarship Winner Ferternal Order of Police - Oakwood Scholarship Winner Photograph hung in the Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, Germany Fine Artworks hung in Dayton Art Institute, Dayon, Ohio

References available upon request


R E N A U LT E N S O R C E L C O N C E P T


2050 Ensorcel Concept

Jacques Beaumont Age: 37 years old Residence: Lives in Nice, France Occupation: Fashion Designer/consultant Family: Married, no children

Jacques is frustrated with the public transit routes not being close to work but also doesn’t like the feeling of driving a vehicle.

“I don’t like to drive and I don’t want to have to take public transit to work”


The Renault Ensorcel is an autonomous vehicle that is powered by two turbines that are located toward the rear of the hull.The turbines are omni-directional and are what allow the Ensorcel to have a very sharp turning radius.

As the air passes through the vent openings of the Ensorcel, it quickly becomes magnetized. This allows the vehicle to become bouyent in the air and hover. The Ensorcel is able to hover variable distances from the ground depending on the strength of the magnetization.


FINAL RENDER


KTM TRINION DESIGN


“I hate long distances on my bike. I want a car that feels like my bike on the open road.�

Daniel Wertz Age: 34 years old Residence: Suburbs Occupation: Fashion Designer/consultant Family: Married, one child Daniel loves to ride motorcycles but hates having to travel long distances on them. With the Trinion, he can enjoy the key aspects of a motorcycle but also have the safety of a car for traveling long distances.

Edged Interruptions

Intersecting Form

Exposed Rear Wheel


FINAL RENDER


FINAL DESIGN RENDERS


CORALINE VEHICLE DESIGN


CONCEPT

OV E R V I E W

Design a vehicle that ‘The Other Mother’ could have used to chase Coraline in the film. The design must reflect the stylization of the film. Some key aspects of ‘The Other Mother’ are: 1. Long, twitchy fingers 2. Half spider, half skeleton 3. Black buttons replace eyes

M OV I E OV E R V I E W

“When Coraline moves to an old house, she feels bored and neglected by her parents. She finds a hidden door with a bricked up passage. During the night, she crosses the passage and finds a parallel world where everybody has buttons instead of eyes, with caring parents and all her dreams coming true. When the Other Mother invites Coraline to stay in her world forever, the girl refuses and finds that the alternate reality where she is trapped is only a trick to lure her. Written by British author Neil Gaiman and adpated into a 2009 stop-motion film by Henry Selick”


I D E AT I O N

SKETCH PROCESS


FINAL RENDERS


R I P P L E T E S S E L AT I O N T I L E


REPETITION

INSPIRATION

HOME DECOR

Create a form that is able to be repeated multiple times and in any direction

Design an object that is inspired by water waves and how water acts when it crashes into the shore.

Simply the form so that it could be placed in a wide variety of households.


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“The Rookwood Ripple Tile is an abstraction of water waves. This water inspired tile is completely symmetrical and is able to be tessellated in any ninety degree turn. This tile is great for shower walls or for a decorative artpiece.”

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How It’s Made 1. 3D Model is done in Alias Automotive 2. Full scale model is milled out of foam 3. Use the milled forms to create a rubber negative 4. Pour HydroCal in negative to get plaster positives

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T E S S E L AT I O N R E N D E R


E X A M P L E WA L L A RT


MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN


P H O T O R E A L I S T I C PA I N T I N G


P H O T O S H O P PA I N T I N G S

Jaguar E-Type Render

Porsche 911 RWB Render

Porsche 911 RWB Apocolyptic Render


CADILLAC SRX REDESIGN


DESIGN PROCESS


T H A N K YO U F O R YO U R T I M E

Portfolio Fall 2013  

Industrial Design portfolio

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