A series of 6 axonometrics created from the amalgamation of 5 rectangular prisms + A second series of them from a different angle. Below each axonometric is its related hypothesis that generates it.
Then the models have been exported to an environment in Crysis Wars. Two different situations have been chosen to place each model depending on their shapes and dimensions, in order to experience a variety of landscape forms in this environment.
A series of 3 parallel projections and their sketches from an opposite point of view.
These are the interconnection of different pairs of drawings from each client. One of the sketches has been chosen to develop the labs and meeting rooms for Newton and Freud to experiment their hypotheses.
An Electroliquid aggregation is formed by combining two of the hypotheses (Newton and Freud).
A series of 36 custom textures has been drawn to represent the entire range from light to dark. This range is seen in both the smaller groups of 6 squares and the larger group of 36 squares.
Three of these textures, one dark one medium and one light, have been applied to the significant rectangular prisms which are the Newton’s lab, Freud’s lab and the separation of the labs.
The Freud's lab is on the left hand side of the model where a medium texture is used. As it can be understood from Freud's hypothesis "Everything anyone does is driven in someway by a subconscious sexual desire" his lab needs to be a more private place so that he feels comfortable when doing his experiments. The medium texture has been chosen for this part of the model because it is not as dark to reduce the light inside the lab, and it is not as light to draw other's attentions to inside of the lab, hence confines the lab to Freud's experiments.
The texture used on the wall between the two labs consists of light straight lines, indicating the relationship between Newton's hypotheses and Freud's hypotheses-electroliquid aggregation-since the lines have a sense of connection between the two ideas, and they are actually placed between the labs.
A series of smaller detail elements have been added to the model to supplement the electroliquid aggregation that it represents.
In Newton's lab there is a ramp, a bridge and three electronic platforms that move up and down like an elevator, so that Newton can go easily from one level to the other to conduct his experiments.
In Freud's lab there are two columns placed on the front side of the lab to emphasize the idea that his lab needs to be kept privately.
The image below represents the meeting space for the clients on a flat piece of landscape surrounded by trees and stones.
|On top of the Newton's lab|