Thursday, January 21, 2010

Difference between Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawings

In order: Orthographic, Oblique and Isometric

Isometric drawings are 3D drawings drawn mostly on isometric dot paper. Oblique drawings are 2D images of 3D objects, and orthographic drawings are basically the same as an oblique drawing. The difference between oblique and orthographic drawings is that an orthographic drawing, when projected, 6 different pictures of the object can be seen, while an oblique drawing is just a 2D image of an object with forced depth.

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Friday, January 15, 2010

Define the theme-Environment

The environment is fluid dynamic thing, changing constantly. There, living things are influenced and modified in their growth and development. Whether good or bad, your environment will shape you. All surroundings of a living organism, including metal forces and other living things, provides conditions for development and growth in a community. When a baby is born, his heart is pure, but after being influenced by his environment, he or she may be "contaminated" and grow up to be a very different person from supposed.The Environment is the surrounding atmosphere and condition for existence, It is an essential process or an outcome of occurrence.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010


ADMT to me simply means using art, design and media with the help of technology to create artworks.
I believe that all ADMT students should be creative and never despair when something goes wrong as there are teachers and friends to support them. My aspiration is to maintain good progress in lessons and do well in the subject. I believe by working hard and staying vigilant, I can achieve my aspiration. The sketch shows that the earth is just barren land, as there is no art, design, media and technology going on.Without design, even clothing will not exist as it requires design to even create it.