The Tower of London.
This is a sketch of a section of my neighbour’s garden wall, I thought this was quite interesting because there is just one section in the whole wall where the overflow of mortar has not been removed.
The style of architecture seen in Claude Parent and Paul Virilio’s designs are very angular and futuristic looking, even though they date from the 1960’s. Some of his work must have inspired the building design used in several science fiction movies from the 1970’s through to the 1990’s.
A few drawings of objects in perspective and a random shape with added contour lines to make it stand out, which now looks like a cactus.
The side door of a dwelling. with a door/entrance open and partial view of the interior. Outside the door is a medium to large boat/water based vehicle on a trailer, the vehicle in under repair, or being loaded for a trip and is surrounded by parts/items/boxes/kit etc. A pet sits in/on the vehicle waiting for its owner to return.
A few ideas for a submarine scene.
My final idea and a photo of a scene.
Notes on Heritage, Archives, Local History & Digital Engagement
The Final Major Project of Matt Lane
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I am currently studying games design at the Hull school of art and design and this is the work i have been doing.
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