Sunday, March 1, 2009

General Criteria for Elimination

General Disqualifying Rules for Meshes
1. Lack of a gradient between dense and less dense areas
2. Too much density in mesh relative to scale of mesh
3. Not respecting the geometry and materiality of the mesh in folding and cutting
4. Failure to manifest a new material quality and retaining the appearance of a cutout
5. Disconnected areas of mesh that are not tied into overall organization
6. No translation between any particular interesting area into entire mesh
7. Attempting too much complexity in manipulations of the mesh
8. Abrupt joints between components without smooth transitions
9. Meshes did not produce any new qualities through the folding process

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