Replicate, Bristol paper (2'5 x 5'7 x 6.5"), 3D Design, Spring 2013
______At long last, I have completed my final design project! I'm relieved that I was able to finish it before exam week--this one had to be the most tedious of my three design projects for the semester. These hexagons were a female dog to make, though I'm glad I chose paper to make it, 'cause it was definitely more flexible in terms of where I could work on it. I'm pretty happy with the end result, too, and thankfully the way the lighting works here makes it so you can't see a few of the gaps between the hexagons that are totally existent.
______Basically, I had to make 93 of these hexagon dudes and then glue them all together, and that involved lots of holding paper in place while waiting for this fancy superglue to dry, lots of glueing myself to my project, and lots of whispering profanities. It was a lengthy and monotonous process, one comparable to watching plastic flowers grow.
______Just kidding. It wasn't that bad. Besides, plastic flowers can't grow, silly.