after photoshop had its way with my rhino render…
going along with the collage approach previously attempted. the image below inspired me with the mixed media. i still havent figured out how to get the same more textural look, but i am moving on for now.
i was not able to experiment with photoshopping my renderings for yesterdays class. below is a ‘sketch rendering’ of the framed entry. i experimented with some different techniques. i am going for a more graphic/collage/textural approach. capturing the concept and energy of the project. for the final images i will take more care in my digital craft.
before: rhino render
after: rhino render + photoshop
for some reason i cannot get the bitmap to render. is there a way to do that? here i just placed it in there and guessed the proper angle for it. i was a little off, looks a little funny.
continuing math and science pathway back to OMSI will allow the energy to interrupt the ‘dead zone’ Philip Beesley was referring to in this diagram.
example of framed entrance into site. framed by lab bar, math and science center entrance. as well as the math and science connective bridge. frames view towards river/ of center for urban ecology and OMSI exhibit extension. photoshopping entourage, landscape textures, context and some materiality textures could help this one a lot.
location within portland. also highlighting the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and interaction to OMSIs game plan. background image could stand to be a little less washed out.
my first attempt at rendering images. my immersive perspective did not turn out as well as i had hoped. with the addition of entourage, it would help indicate the incident social spaces extruded along the stair lines. but this view does not indicate the ‘destination social space within the large atrium volume. the idea with incident vs destination social spaces is to accommodate multiple tiers of social interaction.
how to light large atrium spaces? what makes a successful atrium space? what feeling to evoke with the lighting techniques?