engagement:grumpus:grumpuslandonline:rrldev:thewellhome:thedesignedwell:23

HERE LIES THE ENTRY FOR A DESIGNED THING

Full Name: Owen Green
Suburb/City where you live: East Brisbane
Provide the link or name of the Imagined Thing from The Well you are responding to?: @@Provide the link to the Imagined Thing from The Well you are responding to?@@
What is different about your idea from the original Imagined Thing?: The design of the creature is shifted into a more feasible physical realisation, more box-like and without the tentacles
What is similar or inspired by the Imagined Thing: Maintained the original benevolent watcher concept from the story and the general design of an ethereal creature with prominent eye symbology
Provide a brief update on your progress: The lantern based on this design is completed, including the shadow silhoutte of the lampshade and the structural integrity of it, ready to be fixed with a light bulb if that is the direction it goes.
What new thing did you learn as part of the process: I was able to learn some basic techniques when building with cardboard materials and considerations to be made when dealing with specific tools - e.g. curved cuts with box cutters are very difficult and potentially dangerous, as such angular designs should be used when able.

Your files can be found here:

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This is the unique QR code for this Designed Thing. Right click it to save then share it, so you and others can find your way back to here to this point of The Well.


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engagement/grumpus/grumpuslandonline/rrldev/thewellhome/thedesignedwell/23.txt · Last modified: 2021/09/16 14:32 by Owen Green
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