Design Graphics 3
Digital Rendering and Presentation Drawings
This third course in the Design Graphics Sequence takes the same site plan and designs and renders them with digital media. Advanced and additional details fill out the sequence with a full graphic package that encompasses digital renderings, sections, and elevations.
Student: Aimee Kirby
Digitally rendered analysis and site study of Tongva Park.
Student: Heather Wu
Digitally rendered analysis and study of Tongva Park
Student: Mackenzie Doyle
An in depth analysis of Tongva Park, presented with a combination of hand drawn and digital renderings.
SCASLA Excellence Award
DG3 Final Presentation
Student: Grace Pan
This booklet features a variety of exhibits that are a culmination of graphic techniques (from traditional hand-rendering to employing an arsenal of digital tools) accumulated over 3 quarters.
DG3 – Tongva Park
Student: Robert Hancock
This full graphic package is supported with digital renderings, sections, and elevations that demonstrate the knowledge and drawing techniques learned in my first year of UCLA’s Landscape Architectural Program.
Student: Tracy Wolk
Rendering and digital manipulation of previous work in the Design Graphics series
Design Graphics Showcase
Student: Calvin Mingione
Using Santa Monica’s Tongva Park as a case study, this booklet documents important learnings and showcases the evolution and development of graphic skills from the UCLAX Landscape Architecture Design Graphic Series.
Student: Garo Manjikian
Analysis and Digital Graphics of Tongva Park
SCASLA Honorable Mention
Tongva Park Design Booklet
Student: Clayton Daily
A bound booklet collection of graphics describing the design of Tongva Park in Santa Monica, CA. A variety of methods were used – traditional pencil drafting, pen and color ink, as well as Photoshop for digital painting and compositing.
SCASLA Achievement Award
Student: Jen Moody
An exploration and analysis of Tongva Park, designed as an 11×17 booklet.
Student: Jesse Woltal
Narrative booklet of Tongva Park as I’ve experienced it through the Design Graphics course sequence.
Design Graphics 3
Student: Marilena Lewandowski
A study of Tongva Park in Santa Monica – an acclaimed design that responds to context but what is ‘Tongva’ about Tongva Park?