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    Hi, I need help on my final design proposal. Firstly I don't have a clue how to start it and what it should include. I decided to design a new stadium and have done the majority of it, research, drawings, final design, design to a scale.

    This might help - I have already done a materials page and a design brief.

    If you need more information on it please ask, I am so stuck, thanks.
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    You don't know what you want to design...but yet you have decided to design a new stadium after doing tons of research and drawings :s

    I'm have most probably misread your post...shed some light?
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    Sorry, I meant I have already chosen what I have wanted to design and I have done a design brief, if that helps, but over the mini half term we got told to do a final design proposal?! Teacher didn't tell us much about it either :/
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    Not exactly sure what you mean, for us the design proposal is the final design idea- can be two A3 sheets, one a detailed drawing for example an orthographic showing measurements and such. Another sheet can be more arty and colourful done in perspective or isometric, rendered to show materials and such.

    Also Design Proposal can include two specifications- one for the model and one if it was the real thing. This should discuss materials, manufacturing processes, environmental and sustainability issues and etc.

    Hope that helps?
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    Parasitic, thank you so much.

    I've already got a 2 point perspective drawing so I'll add measurements and materials to that then should I do a page on manufacturing processes, environmental and sustainability issues and etc, which you said

    Many thanks
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    (Original post by Alextheking)
    Parasitic, thank you so much.

    I've already got a 2 point perspective drawing so I'll add measurements and materials to that then should I do a page on manufacturing processes, environmental and sustainability issues and etc, which you said

    Many thanks
    No you can't add measurements to your 2 point perspective. Only to an orthographic which is a working drawing that you client would need to see in order for the manufacture to begin.
    So basically you just need to do an orthographic of your stadium- showing 3 sides as normal and adding measurements to that.

    Make sure when you do the processes and environmental issues sheet to make it relevant to your stadium and model proposal, instead of talking about those things in general

    good luck ;D I should do this too as I'm behind...
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    Opps yea I meant orthographic, sorry, and thanks for your help I get what it means now.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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