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Digital Model Making - Level 3
Digital Model Making - Level 3

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Digital models can help you figure out if your solutions are on the right track and showcase them when you are done. Pay attention to details and stay curious about all that digital tools have to offer. Digital model making is often part of the “Brainstorm” and “Develop Solutions” phases of the design process.

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Chicago Architecture Center
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  1. [required] " You used multiple renderings to show a variety of perspectival viewpoints You went beyond the basics and applied different materials, and they are scaled correctly 3D models were used throughout the process You have mastered the use of lighting functions"

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Design a Food Stand for Your School

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

CIRT Upgrade a Structure Challenge

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Design a New Technology Wing for Your School

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Design a New School Athletic Pavilion

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

DiscoverDesign

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Redesign Your School Library

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

MINECRAFT CHALLENGE: Redesign A Public Space

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Redesign Your Classroom

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Design Mash-Up: Popup Pavillion

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

Design a New School Locker

Digital Model Making - Level 3: You made multiple renderings of 3D models and showed how light, materials, and scale affect your designs.

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