*What have you been working on this drawing compared to the last drawing? (Ignore this question on the first drawing)

*What skills have you learned and how will those skills help you in the future of this course?

*How could those skills be applied to the real world? What objects from real life do you think are designed using these tools?

*Explain a problem you may have run into with this assignment, and how you went about solving it?

*In what ways were you successful and what did you do to be successful that you can use in the future?

Mr. Bailey

I have learned how to type in coordinates to make lines or designs out of them. It will help me in the class because I will know how to enter in points and make lines out of them. It could help me in the real world making designs that need to be a certain size and are symmetrical. I ran into problems figuring out how to enter the coordinates in but I figured out how to do it. I can be successful in the future by using this to make fast and accurate lines

This drawing was working with relative points instead of absolute. I learned how to use relative coordinates to make it easier to draw things then by using absolute coordinates. I could apply these skills to make a diamond like floor with different tiles.
There are problems with figuring out how to use relative coordinates easily. I was successful making both the square and the diamond. I can use in the future if I am designing diamond like shapes or squares.

In this drawing We did a falcon compared to the last drawing where we did a spiral square. In this part we learned how to use polar coordinates and this will help make things that need to have a certain angle. These skilled can be applied by making any design where a specific angle is needed. In real life angles or windows could be made using this so they have slants. You run into problems with this if you forget to type in the @ sign. That is the only problem I noticed. I was successful making the falcon and making a flag for him to hold and in the future I can use this skill to make angles.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on snaps and trimming. By learning this I have learned how to make things like circles and how to trim lines. In the future this could help us a lot in making shapes and trimming objects. In the real world you could use this to design semi circle shapes and full circles and then trim them. I didn’t run into any problems well making this I followed the video and had no problems. I was successful in making the object we had to. In the future I can use these skills to make more complex shapes and design better things

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on a lot of new things. We worked on mirroring and offsetting as well as measuring distances. Compared to last time where we worked on snaps and trimming. I have learned how to mirror and offset lines which well help making parallel lines much easier for me in the future. In the real world you could use this to design anything with parallel lines such as a square desk. In this project I ran into problems with making lines different lengths after I offset them. I was successful in making the parallel object and can use this to make any parallel object in the future.

Brandon Gill

W write up

In this drawing we didn’t learn how to do anything new. In this drawing we practiced writing out point in 3 different ways. We wrote out the points of the w in Poler, Absolute, and relative coordinates. With this skill I learned to write out the 3 different coordinate ways to make a drawing. In the real world these skills could be applied to give someone 3 different ways they could make a drawing. If they didn’t understand one way to do it you could give them another. In real life no object is designed like this because we didn’t design a drawing in this assignment. In this assignment I ran into problems with polar coordinates because I got one of them wrong which threw all the others off. I was successful in writing the W in all 3 ways.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on rotating and scaling. Last time we worked on mirroring and using the tool to show distances. In this section I have learned to scale objects and copy them to make smaller or bigger forms of that object. We also learned to rotate objects at certain angles. In real life you could use this make any shape with another shape scaled next to it. Like a statue that is big then scale it to have a smaller version of the same shape. In real life there is a smaller statue of liberty that could be scaled to the one that we have. In this lab I ran into problems with rotating things at the angle that I wanted it. I was successful making the Olympic symbol and rotating it. I was also successful in making the atomic symbol with a scaled version inside of it. This could help me in the future in many ways such as scaling and making many different shapes by using the same shape just rotating and scaling it.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on ordinate dimensions, rectangles, fillets, and using snap tools. Last drawing we made the atomic symbol using rotating and scaling. With this drawing i’ve learned how to make rectangles and fillets, This can help me in the future with many different objects that have rectangles or rectangles with curved edges. In the real world these skills could be used in the way I used them to make a house. In real life houses could be made from rectangles. In this drawing I ran into a problem with making the last piece of the slote plate by myself. I solved it by making circles and trimming them and connecting them with lines. I was successful in making the slote plate and a house. In the future this will help me with many drawings. In the future I could use the ordinate dimensions to show how far everything is away from a certain point like a middle point or end point.

Brandon Gill.

In this drawing we worked on isometric drawings compared to our last drawing where we worked on
ordinate dimensions, rectangles, fillets, and using snap tools. In this section I learned how to put the grid into isometric mode and how to draw things with isometric. In the future this will help me to show things I don't want to be 2D. I can make them look 3D and show that they have other sides. In the real world this can be used to show that shapes are 3D or to show things like stairs or other shapes. I ran into a few problems with making the lines in the right place. I had a little bit of trouble getting the shapes to work the right way. I just kept trying it in tell I got the lines the right way. I was successful in making all the shapes and in making my own shape. In the future I can use this to show 3D objects and other things or just to have some fun.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on making a cube in 3D compared to out last project where we used isometric to make some shapes. In this project we learned many new things like how to use 3D. We also learned how to split our screen into two parts and how to spin our shape around to look at it from different angles. We also learned how to use push pill and some other tools. In the real world these skills could be applies in many ways. You could use this 3D to design real life objects in a scaled work palce and then build them in the real world. I had some problems when making the cylinder inside of the cube. I solved it by asking for help and then splitting my screen into two and using push pull to make it the right height. I was successful in making the cube and placing the cylinders inside of it. This could help me in the future in many ways when we use 3D to build something.

In this drawing we worked on revolving where in last drawing we worked on making 3D objects like a cube. In this drawing I learned how to use revolve to make a line and revolve it 360 degrease around and make a 3D figure. In the real world this could be used to make any shape made out of a line and using this could help you see what it would look like. I did not run into any problems with this section. In the future when I take the next level class this could help make shapes out of a 2D line. For the 4 I took the frisbee and drew a different line that made the middle hole deeper and made the edges rounder. This drawing is supposed to be a bowl.

HI BRANDON :)

*What have you been working on this drawing compared to the last drawing? (Ignore this question on the first drawing)

*What skills have you learned and how will those skills help you in the future of this course?

*How could those skills be applied to the real world? What objects from real life do you think are designed using these tools?

*Explain a problem you may have run into with this assignment, and how you went about solving it?

*In what ways were you successful and what did you do to be successful that you can use in the future?

Mr. Bailey

I have learned how to type in coordinates to make lines or designs out of them. It will help me in the class because I will know how to enter in points and make lines out of them. It could help me in the real world making designs that need to be a certain size and are symmetrical. I ran into problems figuring out how to enter the coordinates in but I figured out how to do it. I can be successful in the future by using this to make fast and accurate lines

Brandon Gill diamond points...

7.5,0 2.5,5 7.5,10 12.5,5 8,0.5 3.5,5 7.5,9 11.5,5 8,1.5 4.5,5 7.5,8 10.5,5 8,2.5 5.5,5 7.5,7 9.5,5 8,3.5 6.5,5 7.5,6 8.5,5 8,4.5 7.5,5

Swag don’t come cheap bro.

This drawing was working with relative points instead of absolute. I learned how to use relative coordinates to make it easier to draw things then by using absolute coordinates. I could apply these skills to make a diamond like floor with different tiles.

There are problems with figuring out how to use relative coordinates easily. I was successful making both the square and the diamond. I can use in the future if I am designing diamond like shapes or squares.

Start at 15,10, @10<90, @6<360, @2<330, @2<210, @2<340, @2<200 @2<300, @2<240, @4<180, @3.5<270

In this drawing We did a falcon compared to the last drawing where we did a spiral square. In this part we learned how to use polar coordinates and this will help make things that need to have a certain angle. These skilled can be applied by making any design where a specific angle is needed. In real life angles or windows could be made using this so they have slants. You run into problems with this if you forget to type in the @ sign. That is the only problem I noticed. I was successful making the falcon and making a flag for him to hold and in the future I can use this skill to make angles.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on snaps and trimming. By learning this I have learned how to make things like circles and how to trim lines. In the future this could help us a lot in making shapes and trimming objects. In the real world you could use this to design semi circle shapes and full circles and then trim them. I didn’t run into any problems well making this I followed the video and had no problems. I was successful in making the object we had to. In the future I can use these skills to make more complex shapes and design better things

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on a lot of new things. We worked on mirroring and offsetting as well as measuring distances. Compared to last time where we worked on snaps and trimming. I have learned how to mirror and offset lines which well help making parallel lines much easier for me in the future. In the real world you could use this to design anything with parallel lines such as a square desk. In this project I ran into problems with making lines different lengths after I offset them. I was successful in making the parallel object and can use this to make any parallel object in the future.

Brandon Gill

W write up

In this drawing we didn’t learn how to do anything new. In this drawing we practiced writing out point in 3 different ways. We wrote out the points of the w in Poler, Absolute, and relative coordinates. With this skill I learned to write out the 3 different coordinate ways to make a drawing. In the real world these skills could be applied to give someone 3 different ways they could make a drawing. If they didn’t understand one way to do it you could give them another. In real life no object is designed like this because we didn’t design a drawing in this assignment. In this assignment I ran into problems with polar coordinates because I got one of them wrong which threw all the others off. I was successful in writing the W in all 3 ways.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on rotating and scaling. Last time we worked on mirroring and using the tool to show distances. In this section I have learned to scale objects and copy them to make smaller or bigger forms of that object. We also learned to rotate objects at certain angles. In real life you could use this make any shape with another shape scaled next to it. Like a statue that is big then scale it to have a smaller version of the same shape. In real life there is a smaller statue of liberty that could be scaled to the one that we have. In this lab I ran into problems with rotating things at the angle that I wanted it. I was successful making the Olympic symbol and rotating it. I was also successful in making the atomic symbol with a scaled version inside of it. This could help me in the future in many ways such as scaling and making many different shapes by using the same shape just rotating and scaling it.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on ordinate dimensions, rectangles, fillets, and using snap tools. Last drawing we made the atomic symbol using rotating and scaling. With this drawing i’ve learned how to make rectangles and fillets, This can help me in the future with many different objects that have rectangles or rectangles with curved edges. In the real world these skills could be used in the way I used them to make a house. In real life houses could be made from rectangles. In this drawing I ran into a problem with making the last piece of the slote plate by myself. I solved it by making circles and trimming them and connecting them with lines. I was successful in making the slote plate and a house. In the future this will help me with many drawings. In the future I could use the ordinate dimensions to show how far everything is away from a certain point like a middle point or end point.

Brandon Gill.

In this drawing we worked on isometric drawings compared to our last drawing where we worked on

ordinate dimensions, rectangles, fillets, and using snap tools. In this section I learned how to put the grid into isometric mode and how to draw things with isometric. In the future this will help me to show things I don't want to be 2D. I can make them look 3D and show that they have other sides. In the real world this can be used to show that shapes are 3D or to show things like stairs or other shapes. I ran into a few problems with making the lines in the right place. I had a little bit of trouble getting the shapes to work the right way. I just kept trying it in tell I got the lines the right way. I was successful in making all the shapes and in making my own shape. In the future I can use this to show 3D objects and other things or just to have some fun.

Brandon Gill

In this drawing we worked on making a cube in 3D compared to out last project where we used isometric to make some shapes. In this project we learned many new things like how to use 3D. We also learned how to split our screen into two parts and how to spin our shape around to look at it from different angles. We also learned how to use push pill and some other tools. In the real world these skills could be applies in many ways. You could use this 3D to design real life objects in a scaled work palce and then build them in the real world. I had some problems when making the cylinder inside of the cube. I solved it by asking for help and then splitting my screen into two and using push pull to make it the right height. I was successful in making the cube and placing the cylinders inside of it. This could help me in the future in many ways when we use 3D to build something.

In this drawing we worked on revolving where in last drawing we worked on making 3D objects like a cube. In this drawing I learned how to use revolve to make a line and revolve it 360 degrease around and make a 3D figure. In the real world this could be used to make any shape made out of a line and using this could help you see what it would look like. I did not run into any problems with this section. In the future when I take the next level class this could help make shapes out of a 2D line. For the 4 I took the frisbee and drew a different line that made the middle hole deeper and made the edges rounder. This drawing is supposed to be a bowl.