F 112 – principles of 3d forming
Course lecturer :
Assoc. Prof. Nahla Ahmad Eldeeb.
Course assistant :
- Eng. Nada Shahin
- Eng. Wessam Hehsam
- Eng. Dina Tag
- Eng lina Ali
- ENG Yasmin Thrwat
- Eng . Aya Afifi
- Eng Hadeer Helal
Course objectives :
- Understand the relationship between the shape and mass
- The link between art and concept scientific and sports in particular through capitalizing Cecelia aesthetics of engineering models and regular semi-systematic
- Find multiple entries for the practical testing of physical media of artistic formation in line with the spirit of the times and take advantage of scientific and technological givens
- Consideration of Scientific, Technical and integrated effect of Forming and aesthetic variables composition of forms and sculptures engineering and interrelationship between them
- Overcome some technical problems Figure 2 d, 3d faced by students during a work of art, and through the employment of several materials (paper-natural foam).
Course description :
Continuation and sequel to the principles of design with a focus on designs three-dimensional blocks and spaces where it is known that each geometric unit potential plastic and graphical tremendous as the deal with the geometric unit Hologram in artistic composition through repetition and relay earned characteristic formal flexibility and diversity of solutions, aesthetic, also gives the year mainly aims to develop creative thinking through projects and exercises short deepen understanding of the basics and to support the application.
Course assessment :
Inter active learning. 25 Final Evaluation 75 Total 100
Recommended text books :
– Mahmoud Alpsona (1994): Secrets of Art, the world of books, Cairo. – Good Noam, Mohammed Alriqbawi (1971): Descriptive Geometry, Dar al-Hakim for printing, Cairo. – Yahya Hamouda (1977): Arch, Knowledge House, Cairo. – ــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ
Recommended refrences :
– Ahmed Abdul Ghani (1979): geometric shapes and take advantage of the ceramic bodies, Master Thesis, Faculty of Applied Arts, Helwan University. – Ekhlas Keshk (1978): unit artistic values and formal elements in the Islamic ceramics, PhD. Faculty of Art Education, Helwan University. – Ehab Bismarck Summer (1991): Toziagaf energy inherent in the formal elements to achieve the aesthetic dimension in construction design, PhD, Faculty of Art Education, Helwan University. – Imad Farouk Ragheb (1995): the structural basis in the Anthology of Contemporary Art Mural as input to enrich the decorative painting, Master Thesis, Faculty of Art Education, Helwan University.