This is my detailed image of the nike vapour football boot :)
These are my six drawings. I have incorporated different views of this football boot along with different styles of drawing it. Using marker, Contour, colour, pencil and hatching.
This is the image of my poster. At Rebel Sport surrounded with boots is a place where one would often find posters such as these. :)
This is my poster. It’s comparing two different football boots, The ADIDAS predtor and the NIKE VAPOR. I’m comparing the weight of the boots and therefore the speed a player will gain when wearing the Nike. :)
This is my letter to STAEDTLER. We all received sharpeners for our clutch pencils at the start of the year. And we all found out how rubbish they were within the first week. All it needs is a lid, that works…
This part of my letter in my opinion is the most important. It outlines the problem and shows why it is a problem (smudges).
Creativity is a double-edged sword. The more ideas we have, the less likely we are to stay loyal to one. So the creative mind ends up jumping from idea to idea, and none of them happen. There is no correlation between how great an idea is and the likelihood of it happening. —
Via Surfstation(via jonathanmoore)
When a new email message arrives, water is released into one of three tubes representing your work, family and friends. By controlling the valve on each tube, you can control how much communication you receive from each group. For example, you could completely shut off work after 5pm. The tube will still fill from any new messages but none of these messages will be passed on to your email in-box. You could later, perhaps the next morning, open the valve completely and the held messages will be passed through to your in-box.
/via Hardsketcher - Filippo Cuttica
What an awesome idea!!
This is my mindmap for my clip. It developed design and creation, God and Man made design. :)
This is my storyboard for my clip, the majority of the scenes are in the final clip, but many changes occured while i rethought the overall flow and structure. :)