Week 1, Introduction + Tiles
Students will be able to:
- Discuss the course content and structure
- Understand homework expectations
- Set up account and begin using the class sketch site
- Begin exploring the value of a daily sketching routine
- Begin discussing the role of procedural generation in creative work
- See examples of procedurally generated form in a variety of media
- Compare types of edge-matched tile graphics
- Create and use an edge-matched tile toolkit
- Explore the relationship between tools, authors, and artworks
- Comp Form stationary
- Blank tile kits
|Pre||-||Enage||Present||Randomly Generated by Abundant-Music|
|3:50||20 m||Engage||Activity||Sierpinski Triangle|
|4:10||20 m||Study||Lecture||What Computational Form Is|
|4:30||20 m||Study||Lecture||About This Class + Homework Expectations|
|5:00||20 m||Engage||Discussion||Class Introduction Activity|
|5:20||20 m||Study||Lecture||Tile Sets Lecture|
|5:40||35 m||Activate||Activity||Tile Sets Workshop|
|6:15||15 m||Activate||Activity||Set up Sketch Blog Accounts + Post|
Class Introduction Activity
Who are you people? What are we doing here?
pairs, 5 Minutes
- Introduce yourself to your partner. Learn their name and one interesting thing about them.
- Compare your syllabus questions.
- Note which questions you have in common.
- Note which questions have been answered in class already, which have not.
- Identify the most important unanswered question, if you have any.
class, 15 minutes
- Introduce your partner in exactly one sentence that includes their name and one interesting thing about them.
- Ask your most important unanswered syllabus question. /::
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