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Rubber Stamp Drawing_M Barry

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Rubber Stamp Drawing by Michael Barry, Stanford d.school. http://storyviz.com

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Rubber Stamp Drawing_M Barry

  1. 1. Rubber Stamp Drawing Mind onto Matter
  2. 2. What’s thetrick to gooddrawing?
  3. 3. The trick, simplify to amplify.
  4. 4. Draw a door
  5. 5. Draw a house
  6. 6. Draw a baby
  7. 7. Draw the Forbidden City
  8. 8. Everyonecan draw!
  9. 9. In factyou’ve done Rapid Viz
  10. 10. Different kinds of Drawing
  11. 11. Different kinds of DrawingFormal Design Communication
  12. 12. Different kinds of Drawing Rendering(elaborating form)Formal Design Communication
  13. 13. Different kinds of Drawing Rendering(elaborating form) Construction Drawing (design process)Formal Design Communication
  14. 14. Different kinds of Drawing Rendering Rapid Viz(elaborating form) (collaboration) Construction Drawing (design process)Formal Design Communication
  15. 15. Different kinds of Drawing ? Rendering Rapid Viz(elaborating form) (collaboration) Construction Drawing Story Boards (design process) (graphic communication)Formal Design Communication
  16. 16. Different kinds of Drawing Rendering Rapid Viz Classical Drawing(elaborating form) (collaboration) (expressive art) Construction Drawing Story Boards (design process) (graphic communication)Formal Design Communication
  17. 17. Different kinds of Drawing Rendering Rapid Viz Classical Drawing(elaborating form) (collaboration) (expressive art) Construction Drawing Story Boards (design process) (graphic communication)Formal Design Communication
  18. 18. Designing specifically for situations—Dine-in and Take-out + +Dine-in: Bowlsket, Table-top condiments, cup with sleeve graphics +Take-out: Meal case - 1, cup with sleeve graphics
  19. 19. 1. Welcome area 4 4. Confirmation2. What’s good 5. Transition bar3. Connection 6. Retail Counter 5 3 6 1 2
  20. 20. When is drawing most important?
  21. 21. When it supports collaboration…
  22. 22. …and enables creativity.
  23. 23. Mental Rubber Stamps• Memorize drawing a few secondary elements needed to support most concept sketches.• This gives you time to concentrate on the important stuff.
  24. 24. Mental Rubber Stamps• Paper and Books• AC plugs• Arrows• Basic Shapes• Trees• People• Faces• Hands• Environments
  25. 25. Paper and BooksFolded Corners
  26. 26. Paper and BooksPages
  27. 27. ArrowsBasic dimensions and directionality
  28. 28. ArrowsChange and Force
  29. 29. ArrowsDimensional pathways
  30. 30. Basic Shapes
  31. 31. Trees
  32. 32. Trees
  33. 33. Drawing People• Real Simple
  34. 34. Drawing People• Real Simple
  35. 35. Drawing People• Suggestive
  36. 36. Drawing People• Representative
  37. 37. Drawing People• Faces
  38. 38. Drawing People• Hands
  39. 39. Drawing People• Special Effects EMANATA
  40. 40. Drawing People• Special Effects PLEWDS
  41. 41. Drawing People• Special Effects SQUEANS
  42. 42. Drawing People• Special Effects BAD DAY
  43. 43. Drawing People• Special Effects GREAT IDEA
  44. 44. Drawing People• Special Effects BRIFFITS
  45. 45. Story Boards• Storyboards are graphic organizers such as a series of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of visualizing a story or experience.
  46. 46. Story Boards• Krazy Kat by George Herriman, ran in US papers from 1913 to 1944.
  47. 47. Story Boards• During that time Krazy Kat did it all!
  48. 48. Story Boards• Single Moment Panel
  49. 49. Story Boards• Uniform Linear Time Panels
  50. 50. Story Boards• Free Form Linear Time Panels
  51. 51. Story Boards• Motion Panels
  52. 52. Let’s put it all together
  53. 53. Let’s put it all togetherGive me a SubjectGive me a VerbGive me an Object
  54. 54. Let’s put it all togetherGive me a SubjectGive me a VerbGive me an ObjectNow Story Board this sentence
  55. 55. Rubber Stamp Drawing Mind onto Matter

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