||DIBUJO Y CAD: ESTRATEGIAS Y CUESTIONAMIENTOS
||Muñoz, P., Rezk, A., López Coronel, J.P. and Varela, R.
||Drawings are pre-figurative media for designers, though they are neither objective nor equivalent to what they represent. The progressive use of computer-graphics in the area of Morphology for Industrial Design does not eliminate hand-made renderings but it broadens the communication tools available. Each mode, and even its combination, has potentials and restrictions that make it suitable for different moments of the design process. Design’s greatest wealth lies in the integration -not in the dissolution- of what is different, so CAD’s images should not be the only ones to appear. What fascinates at first sight, tires if endlessly repeated.
|Year of publication:
Muñoz, P., Rezk, A., López Coronel, J.P. and Varela, R. (2001).
DIBUJO Y CAD: ESTRATEGIAS Y CUESTIONAMIENTOS. SIGraDi biobio2001 - [Proceedings of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics / ISBN 956-7813-12-4] Concepcion (Chile) 21-23 september 2001, pp. 92-94,