Wood Inlay

 

DISCOVER STAGE Write your responses in these blocks.
What did you learn about using construction lines as a lettering technique? It help me make sure that the letter is symmetrical and are in the center.
How did the circle guides help you with drawing serifs? It help me making sure that the curve in my letter is more smooth.
What were all the requirements needed for your letter to become a wood inlay? The letter need to be glow in dark and have a smooth edge.

 

DEFINE STAGE Write your responses in these blocks.
Once your letter design was ready, it was time to begin making your inlay into the wood.
Name all the tools needed to help satisfy the requirements for the wood inlay?
  • Drill bit, wood, glow in the dark, wood burning iron.

 

DESIGN STAGE Write your responses in these blocks.
Show four (4) designs sketches for your letter.

(take pics/post on wordpress)
• List the things that work well about each design.

1. M 2. Z
3. L 4.I
Based on the information you have provided above…

• Which design is most likely to be successful ?

• What factor was the most important in helping you decide?

The letter I because it’s one straight line and it doesn’t have many curve.

 

DEVELOP STAGE Write your responses in these blocks.
What were the safety hazards & precautions in using the tools? Be specific. The smoke from the wood burning is bad. The drill bit is very dangerous if not using correctly.
Write any problems you have and any changes you made to your designs and why. I could put the soldier in the wood but it couldn’t stay so I choose to use paint and fill it  glow in the dark.

 

DELIVER STAGE Write your responses in these blocks.
Does your designs meet the requirements?

Compare your design to the requirements you listed in discover stage.

Does it meet all of the requirements? If not, what didn’t it meet and why not?

Yes, it meet the requirement because my letter is smooth and it glow in the dark.

 

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