My very first ipadart power by mybrushespro. What a fun way to release the archi-stic side of me during free time. I am missing school, all the stress and pressure
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nicest work i have done with my team (francis cinco, andoy lagman) and it’s outside school project. Thank you for my first client, Macon Ricafort and friends.
Just before 1st semester ended, a friend asked help from me if I could find someone who could help her with her make a scaled model of a group project in school. I volunteered together with my friends to get the job done for her. It was a rush work and we were only given 2 days to work on it. We actually started from scratch. We were only given a draft/rough sketch/bubble diagram as a reference. We spent a day doing plans and elevations of the buildings and another day for the scaled model. I actually didn’t sleep for almost 65 hours and also, got colds for not having enough rest.
I like the product of my team’s hardwork despite of the very short time given to us. This is actually the second pay I got from a sideline. The first one I got was from editing the NAIA CREX 2012 video. I like getting paid from the things I love to do. I appreciate the people who believe and trust me.
This is Proposed Resort Complex located in Antipolo City.
“Tropical Something Island Resort” Forgive me, i forgot. :)
credits to Maricon R. and the group, Andoy Lagman, and Francis Cinco
A quote from ARCH. GENE FLANCIA
An outstanding product of UST-College of Architecture and one of the most influential professors in UST.He also teaches in Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID). You are so lucky if you are/were/will be handled by this master who is also known as Ironman.
He got inspiring works, experiences and tips that will encourage you to do well in your works and to aim for success in the near future as an architect/designer.
He is a good source of knowledge because he is well-experienced man and a professional. And from his words, we can say that he is definitely thriving in his career.
Vision Magazine, 2012
If I had known about this before, I would have considered a math-less course. I really never liked Math. What was I thinking, really
Jose Siao Ling
Vision Magazine, 2012
My very first plate in Interior Design.
Antre means cave
I got my inspiration from primitive culture of living in caves and treehouses. This one is my most favorite among the plates I have done with this subject. Well, i got a so-so grade here and i was kind of disappointed when I saw the mark, nevertheless I accept the challenge to improve.
Related plates can be viewed here
My Deconstructive Plate. 2 hours in the making. Gaaa.
Too much laziness. Im getting tired of my Interior Design Subject. I can’t fully focus on Design Subject because there’s always a plate every week in Interior. Sometimes, you ran out of ideas because you’re too tired to think and draw.
I hate 4th Year. Too much pressure. Plates get heavier and heavier
PS this is actually darker in real life
Aerial Perspective of my proposed DMIA T2 in Clark, Pampanga
Done in Sketch-up, Twilight Renderer and Manipulated in Adobe Photoshop CS5
looks like massing only, but yeah could have done it better if i was given enough time
Another attempt in Sketch-Up. Looks so #MEMA and trying hard although I see potential. Of course, love your own work! Lol but I worked hard for this though it didn’t turned out so well. I didn’t have much time to make this better. I have to learn V-Ray. I am so inspired making models like this because most of my mates are actually good on this and I would always want to give a try on everything that fascinates me. If they can do it, why can’t I. I’m not a good manual renderer, so well at least in digital rendering, i must be better.
Interior Spot Perspective, Proposed Diosdado Macapagal International Airport Terminal 2. Okay so I don’t know how to work on Materials transparency. :D :D Okay so that tunnel is where the Transfer/Transit Passengers who came through a security check pass through to get to the Departure lobby. That floor above it is the Departure Lobby with shops around. I also featured an indoor garden as you can see.
This one is a screencap straight from the sketch-up view, means it’s raw. This one is a field of vision from the lower level of the Departure Lobby. That suspended floor level (blue glass) is the same tunnel I described on the previous photo. It overviews the baggage claim area for arrival passengers. PS, I am yet to add columns and posts, :)
I am open for any comments
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