Here is the HISTORY, and MEANING of the words I worked on for this project:

Broken is the past participle of ‘break’. It was attested from the 1520s. An object is defined as broken when it is reduced to more than one fragment.

Lonely is a word used to describe a person that is affected by the feeling of being alone.

Solid is a state of matter that holds the three dimensions -length, breadth and thickness. Water for example becomes a solid, when it reaches its freezing point.

Float can refer to something that is suspended in the air. Light objects, usually filled with a gas, are able to float.

Magnetic can refer to an object that attracts or sticks to another. Usually attraction from a magnet to a metal.

Hide is to stay away from, or to stay out of sight.

Elastic objects have the ability to resume its normal shape spontaneously after contraction, dilatation, or distortion.

 

 

THUMBNAILS:

kligolkedvheikjmer,jmor jrehgilkfr krgjnkdfjog

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After a review of the drafts in class, I realised the direction in which i must go. I will use the concept of G.O.T.E to execute my plan. *Great designers find a way aroud Great responsibilities.*

G.O.T.E stands for ‘Goal’ – ‘Obstacles’ – ‘Tactics’ – and ‘Expectation’

My Goal = To use one of the design principles that I have learned about so far, to create visual differences that express some aspect of the words’ meanings.

My Obstacles =Time seems to run out. I dont own quality equipment(paper/illustrator). Finally I have personal issues.

My Tactics to achieve my GOAL despite my obstacles: I will draw as many thumbnail, as many drafts, read all the instructions, and work with what I have got to finish with efficiency and understanding.

My Expectation: I expect to succeed in this project. I shall believe in myself. Get all the material and work extra hard.

 

*From the 7 words I worked on, here are the 3 I drafted…

 

DRAFTS:

                         

                

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