We were given new precedents today; contrasts: Mountain/Foothills vs. Prairie.
We then were instructed to create our own figure ground/ideation drawings of each, (two each):
The Rocky Mountain Province is generally sunny, dry, cool, and windy with long, sweeping vistas. In addition, the broad valleys, parks, and high plateaus of the mountains feature prairie-like qualities, such as flat land, grasslands instead of forests, and long views.
The Great Plains Province can be divided into landscapes that include flat land, rolling land, and riparian areas. These are subtle landscapes that merit sympathetic design.
An extra prairie:
April 4, 2015
February 14, 2015
Graduated; emancipated (for the most part, quite the contrary actually...)