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Plaster Convexity



After numerous models, and forms, above is the final sketch model. The eye moves through the piece in a constant loop though the various axis of each surface.

Axial Directional Studies to visualize how the different axis circulates the eye through the form.

These Convexity Chip-board models show the axial movements of the convexity form. By analyzing the negative spaces, and planar cuts, one can see the movement from the broad to narrow edges that allow transitions to the other dominant, sub-dominant, and subordinate volumes. 

The final model is a beautiful play as the eye moves through the curved and bent axis of the convexity. The eye transitions through the dominant, subdominant, and subordinate in a rhythmic balance. From every angle the form moves differently as it leads the viewer to the next plane.