As a supporting course for the main architecture studio in RPI's B.ARCH program, Digital Constructs saw students develop their drawing, rendering, and modeling skills through weekly exercises. In the first semester, I began with the creation of a set of five nesting boxes in the school's woodshop, before using those boxes as the basis for the following weeks of assignments. Exercises included isometric and section drawing, basic rendering, and iterations of complication and abstraction of the boxes.

One of my final drawing compilations, including a perspective drawing of my nested boxes (top), a series of section drawing exercises (left), and an exercise in complicating form with procedural offsets and Booleans in Rhino 3D (right).

An additional final image, rendered through Rhino 3D and Photoshop effects

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