Exercise 2

Creating 14 conceptual models and 14 conceptual drawings based on the cooking techniques used in Exercise 1
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EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRUSHING/ The idea behind this was the pressure required for crushing, and what that pressure causes. I showed pressure with the large section heavy wood (like the rolling pin) at the top, pressing down on the brittle (like the chocolate) plaster, showing what happened to the chocolate when I crushed it. I liked the spaces created by these forms.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ CRUSHING/ The idea behind this was the pressure required for crushing, and what that pressure causes. I showed pressure with the large section heavy wood (like the rolling pin) at the top, pressing down on the brittle (like the chocolate) plaster, showing what happened to the chocolate when I crushed it. I liked the spaces created by these forms.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ MELTING/ The idea behind this was the particles and the form of butter being broken up and being diluted in the final batter- a linear process hence the paper shape. The change of state was something I wanted to focus on. I used polystyrene because it is clearly made of smaller particles that I could manipulate to show the process

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ MELTING/ The idea behind this was the particles and the form of butter being broken up and being diluted in the final batter- a linear process hence the paper shape. The change of state was something I wanted to focus on. I used polystyrene because it is clearly made of smaller particles that I could manipulate to show the process

A key for my models

A key for my models

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL MODEL/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used expressive free flowing splatters of paint to show this, as well as rotation around a central point. The model is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the ratios involved when beating. I found the proportion of ingredients really interesting, something I tried to convey in my first shot of the recipe, comparing quantities. I felt that in the ‘beating in’ of the egg, the ratio was particularly ordered, and consistent with that of a rule of thirds or golden ratio. This is what I attempted to show with this drawing, with the flat colour used to emphasis the different amounts…

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the ratios involved when beating. I found the proportion of ingredients really interesting, something I tried to convey in my first shot of the recipe, comparing quantities. I felt that in the ‘beating in’ of the egg, the ratio was particularly ordered, and consistent with that of a rule of thirds or golden ratio. This is what I attempted to show with this drawing, with the flat colour used to emphasis the different amounts…

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used water colour and I smudged it to show the rapid motion, as well as its rotation around a central point. The image is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

EXERCISE 2 /CONCEPTUAL DRAWING/ BEATING/ The idea behind this is the vigorous motion of beating, and the textures created when you beat the batter. The motion is free therefore I used water colour and I smudged it to show the rapid motion, as well as its rotation around a central point. The image is inspired by the photographs I took whilst beating, that show the blurred spatula that implies movement.

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