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Richard Johnson Portfolio Small Public

  1. 1. RICHARD JOHNSON
  2. 2. TRACTOR DESIGN
  3. 3. RENDERING Interior concept was based on a retro throw back style, taking cues from old metal tractor seat pans. The colors would be earth tones to help with the cleanliness and wear and tear. All modern equipment would be used with a bottom rotational steering wheel for optimum driver visibility.
  4. 4. COMPUTER MODEL TOP FRONT LEFT
  5. 5. HOW IT WORKS The front piece and the rear of the tractor rotate separatley than the cab. This allows the cab to stay level when needed. The hubless wheels allow the tractor to adjust its ride height. This is beneficial for spraying and cultivating corn.
  6. 6. CLAY MODEL
  7. 7. FINAL RENDERING
  8. 8. CHESS SET DESIGN QUEEN KINGKNIGHT QUEEN KING KNIGHT ROOK BISHOPPAWN QUEEN KING KNIGHTROOK BISHOP PAWNQUEEN KING KNIGHT THOUGHTS: IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY I CHOSE TO USE A CURVILINEAR DESIGN. THE CONICAL BOTTOM ADDED AN EXTRA ELEMENT TO THE FAMILY OF PIECES ALONG WITH HOLDING THE PIECES IN PLACE.
  9. 9. IDEATION BASE WITH SLIDING BOARD CIRCULAR SWIVEL STATION WITH TILTING BOARD FINAL INDIVIDUAL PIECES
  10. 10. ERGONOMICS RANGE OF SIGHT STANDARD POSITION TILTED POSITIONTHOUGHTS: NOT ONLY WOULD THE PLAYER HAVE A BETTER VIEW OF THE ENTIRE BOARD BUT THE DESIGN OFFERS THE PLAYER TO BE SEATED MORE COMFORTABLY WHEN PLAYING
  11. 11. HOW IT WORKS BASE WAS CUT WITH TABLE/BAND SAW, ROUTERED AND GLUED/SCREWED TOGETHER WOOD PIECES CUT WITH BAND SAW, ROUTERED AND SANDED EXISTING 1” CHROME RISERS CHESS BOARD HOLDER WAS LASER CUT CHESS PIECES WERE TURNED ON THE LATHE ACRYLIC PIECES ACRYLIC BOARD WALNUT BASE CHROME RISER CROSS-SUPPORT
  12. 12. JOHN JELLICO GALLERY
  13. 13. FINAL PHOTOS
  14. 14. FINAL PHOTOS
  15. 15. COLLAPSIBLE COOLER DESIGN
  16. 16. IDEATION
  17. 17. HOW IT WORKS
  18. 18. FINAL MODEL
  19. 19. QUICK RELEASE HOLSTER DESIGN SPRING APART BELT INSERT TRIGGER RELASE SAFETY BACK STRAP BELT ACCESSORIES SOFT GOODS HARD OUTER SHELL SOFT GOODS HARD OUTER SHELL BACK STRAP RELEASE TRIGGER
  20. 20. HOW IT WORKS Testing was done with different types of people both male and female. They were asked to pull from a regular gun holster and then used the works like model to test the quick release action of the design. The motion as well as the speed proved to be superior to typical holsters. By instantly locking your arm, you are at your most stable position immediately after drawing your weapon.
  21. 21. FINAL MODEL NAME OUTSIDE SHELL SHEATH CLIP MALE CLIP FEMALE SPRINGS RELEASE BUTTON ELASTIC CLIP RETAINER INSIDE SHELL NAME OUTSIDE SHELL PART # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 7 2 5 6 9 4 3 8
  22. 22. RENDERINGS The holster is a similiar size to most competitor’s. Although some hand guns may need specific alterations to fit into a holster almost any firearm would fit into this design. The sleeve squeezes the gun to maintain a firm grip on the weapon and al- lows room for various sizes and models. The holster is a similiar size to most competitor’s. Although some hand guns may need specific alterations to fit into a holster almost any firearm would fit into this design. The sleeve squeezes the gun to maintain a firm grip on the weapon and al- lows room for various sizes and models. CARBON FIBER INSET ALUMINUM SHELL RIGHT VIEW TOP VIEW CORDURA SLEEVE
  23. 23. FINAL PHOTO
  24. 24. MASK DESIGN
  25. 25. RENDERINGS
  26. 26. PROCESS PHOTOS FINAL PAINT TOOLED LEATHER HEAD DRESS TAXEDERMY EYES CUT/FOLD EYELIDS GLUE IN EYES STEEL BULL RING FINAL ASSEMBLY FINAL MODEL THOUGHTS: I USED A REAL BULL SKULL AND HORNS FOR THE HEAD DRESS.
  27. 27. FINAL MODEL
  28. 28. FINAL PHOTOS
  29. 29. FINAL PHOTOS
  30. 30. CHAISE LOUNGE DESIGN THOUGHTS: WHEN SKETCHING I EXPLORED ARM CHAIRS, CHAISE LOUNGES, LOVE SEATS, AND COUCHES. I CHOSE TO EXPLORE THE CHAISE LOUNGE FURTHER BECAUSE OF ITS VERSATILITY. POSSIBLY OPEN OR CLOSED ENDS MOLDED IN CUSHION COULD ALSO BE SEPERATE HOLLOW WOOD FRAME OR SOLID FOAM INSIDE
  31. 31. COMPUTER MODELS The intension of the design was to have two mirrored chairs in the living space as a set. They could be used individually or they can be pushed together to create a love seat.
  32. 32. ERGONOMICS MODEL TEST RESULTS: Cary McMinn R.A. Comments: Maintain current seat height Slow steady curve in the back Stay within dimensions 99th Percentile Male Comments: Liked the asymmetry Yes it needs a cushion 50th Percentile Male Comments: Liked the options of positions Liked the overall shape 1 Percentile Female Comments: Comfortable Modern It was large Curious of materials THOUGHTS: THE PRELIMINARY FOAM STUDY ALLOWED ME TO TEST SEAT CUSHION HIEGHT, ARM REST HIEGHT AND OVERALL DIMENSIONS.
  33. 33. PROCESS PHOTOS ROPE WAS WRAPPED AND GLUED AROUND THE FIBERGLASS SHELL. THE ROPE IN THE MIDDLE CREATED A HAMMOCK WHICH HOLDS UP THE CUSHION LEATHER HIDE WAS USED OVER THE FOAM CUSHIONS AS WELL AS TO CAP OFF THE ENDS OF THE FIBERGLASS SHELL ROPE WAS WRAPPED AND GLUED AROUND THE FIBERGLASS SHELL. THE ROPE IN THE MIDDLE CREATED A HAMMOCK WHICH HOLDS UP THE CUSHION
  34. 34. DESIGN WITHIN REACH GALLERY THOUGHTS: I USED 1250 FT. OF 1/2” COTTON ROPE TO UPHOLSTER THE FINAL MODEL. THE CHAIR WAS FEATURED IN THE DESIGN WITHIN REACH STUDENT SHOWCASE IN FALL OF 2008, AS WELL AS THE JOHN JELLICO PUBLIC GALLERY.
  35. 35. FINAL PHOTOS
  36. 36. STEERING WHEEL DESIGN
  37. 37. COMPUTER MODELS FRONT CAP UPHOLSTERED FOAM STEERING COLUMN PADDLE SHIFTERS ALUMINUM FRAME
  38. 38. PROCESS PHOTOS FOAM TEMPLATE WATER-JET ALUMINUM CENTER CAP TURNED ON LATHE UPHOLSTERED FOAM PEG/HOLES TO JOIN PIECES GLUED TOGETHER MOCK-UP FINAL WHEEL
  39. 39. FINAL MODEL
  40. 40. 1970 ROADRUNNER
  41. 41. CHOPPER WHEEL DESIGN
  42. 42. CENTENNIAL AIRPORT EXHIBIT
  43. 43. ATLAS COPCO EXHIBIT
  44. 44. PHOTOSHOP RENDERING
  45. 45. PHOTOSHOP RENDERING
  46. 46. DAIRY SCALE MODEL
  47. 47. DAIRY FACILITY DESIGN
  48. 48. JEGS GLOVE PACKAGING

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