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PORTFOLIO 2018

Neha Choughule

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CURRICULUM VITAE Neha Choughule Born - 1st Aug, 1994

Contacts • 1, Dhruv apt, karmayogi nagar, Nashik -8 Maharashtra • +91 9665806445 • nehachoughule@hotmail.com

Education

S.M.R.K college of Arts 2010-2012 HSC (Fine arts) N.D.M.V.P’s college of architecture and centre for Design, Nashik 2012-2016 B.Des Product Designing Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology 2017-2019 Masters in Industrial Arts and Design Practices

Work Experience

Samsonite South Asia Intern May- June 2015

Skills

Software MS office Corel Draw InDesign Auto Cad 2D, 3D Rhinoceros 3D Keyshot Photoshop Lightroom

Hobbies and extra-carricular activities Trained in Indian classical singing Water colour painting Photography Trekking Cooking & Baking

About me

I believe that designing is for making life simple and beautiful. Solving a problem creatively and making the best use of resources available is design for me. I like to enjoy Model Making what I do, which is the reason for me to turn towards Paper textile. I draw my inspirations from everyday life like nature. Thermacole I love to indulge in craft work and painting. Mount board I enjoy making things with hands. Wood I like to read fiction books and spend time with myself while Braiding reading. I like to travel, to trek and know about new places, Fabric - hand and try new types of cuisines and cook. As I grew up learning machine stitching classical singing I have a liking for listening to it along with many other kinds of music. As a person I am hard working Hand sketching and sensitive, and one who likes to learn new things all the and rendering time. 2


PROJECT 1 Aim: Resurgence for Indian Crafts and Craft Community DESIGN BRIEF - Resurgence for the craft of weaving blankets (Ghongdi) To improve it for the modern day requirements. What is it - Ghongadi is a traditional woolen blanket made in Maharashtra, India. Blankets are made on Pit-Loom and dyed with organic and natural dyes.

Spinning the wool to make yarn

Winding warp yarn

Final prepared wool

Preparing the yarn for dying

Grinding tamarind seeds for dye

Preparing dye

The Warp wool

Dying the yarn

Weaving

Dying the woven blanket

Drying the blanket on wooden rod

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IDEATION

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FINAL CONCEPT AND MODELS TABLE MAT

TIFFIN BAG

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PROJECT 2 AIM: Learning wood working skills Sliding lid box with compartments. Material - Solid wood, MDF Dove tails Joint - no gluing or nailing

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AIM: Learning wood working skills

Frame made with Lap joint and 45 degree angle joint Material - Wood

A puppet with moving joints. The puppet can be moved at every joint Material - Wood, Elastic string 7


AIM: To explore various soft materials with an inspiration INSPIRATION - Swan

Paper - Linear to planer, Planer to 3D

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Paper Mache, Fabric - Planer to 3D

Crochet- Linear to 3D

TO DESIGN A LAMP Paper folding – Origami Material - Wool – Knotting Inspiration – Swan

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PROJECT 3 AIM: Exploring a craft community of Batik Printing Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. I visited a community near Ujjain in Bhairavgarh to understand the technique and try my hand at it. PROCESS

Drawing patterns with wax on bleached plain cloth

Covering large portions with was using a sponge or similar material

Dying in cold water base after dipping in soda ash

Immersing the cloth in boiling water for the was to melt and drying in sun

My attempt at Batik Printing Hand drawn batik

Batik done with wooden blocks

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PROJECT 4 AIM: Making a model of an existing Design

Material - Fabric (woolen, Cotton) Hand stitched Pocket inside Invertible inner lining

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PROJECT 5 AIM: To design for Disaster relief - Design an educational kit/toy for children of age group 8-10 years CONTEXT - Flood Affected Area (before or after) Since the children in the places which has had floods are very far from normal life. They might not have a proper home to stay also no proper school to go to and no work to pass time. A game which develops their cognitive skills and also creates interest can engage them into a good activity and also entertain them. I thought of combining 2 or more such games or puzzles and putting them together as a kit which a single kid can play with or even a group of kids can come together and play together. My thought focused on combining • Tangram can teach kids about spatial relationships. It may help kids learn geometric terms and develop stronger problem solving skills. • Tetris - Being efficient and aware of our use of time and effort. Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations • Brain vita develops an attitude of trying again and again till you win.

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The material used is cotton fabric. The benefit is the flexibility of the material and also that even if it gets wet it can be dried and used again. The game will have instructions which can guide the kids who will play. The small guide to creating various forms with tangram will go with it as well so kids can use it to learn and then explore on their own. The special feature is that each compartment has a pocket which will hold all the parts of the games and it can be rolled so the pieces are not lost and the game fits into small places. POCKET IN EVERY COMPARTMENT TO KEEP THE GAME GUIDE FOR INSIDE TANGRAM

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PROJECT 6 AIM: Painting for a living room

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PROJECT 7 AIM: To design a lamp taking inspiration from Nature INSPIRATION - Crassula Buddha’s temple

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Final Model

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PROJECT 8 AIM: To design a backpack for fine art students (internship project)

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PROJECT 9 AIM: To design a modular kitchen garden system for 2-3 bhk apartments having 1-2 balconies INITIAL CONCEPTS

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FINAL DESIGN Self watering plant pot so the user needs to water the plants lesser times in a week

COIRE POT

P.C CONTAINER FOR WATER

WHEELS TO MOVE THE POT

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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S K E T C H I N G

Pencil on paper 23


P A I N T I N G

Watercolour on paper

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THANK YOU

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