OGR 07/11/2014Hi Dan - there's no travelogue included - which is a shame, as I'm unable to share in your vision for this Delaunay-inspired city. Some of your thumbnails are enticing. I can't help but suggest that you look at Lebbeus Woods in terms of thinking about how some of those complex corrugations in Delaunay's paintings might be translated into three-dimensional surfaces:http://historyofourworld.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/lw-ii_0001.jpg?w=720&h=426http://cdn.archinect.net/images/514x/k8/k8i1xoe03mhxe39g.jpghttp://lebbeuswoods.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/lwblog-asitis-7.jpghttp://citymovement.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/screen-shot-2012-11-02-at-13-49-06.png?w=470http://i.guim.co.uk/static/w-620/h--/q-95/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2012/10/31/1351684903268/Lebbeus4.jpgI'd like you to complete your travelogue, as it's been useful for people to identify key assets for their digital sets and explore some of the nitty-gritty of their visions; you'll need to careful, given the complexity of your buildings, that they don't some roll together into one ball of irregular geometry; start thinking about the things and elements that make up regular city above and beyond the basics of housing blocks.
ok iv looked at Lebbeus Woods I see what you where meaning I think his designs complement Delaunay's style its a bit like the Lebbeus Woods is the architect and Delaunay is the interior designer so if I handle these two correctly I should come out with some nice shapes and im thinking of setting the city in a 1920s style city
@tutorphil what about Zara Hadid as her buildings fit the curves and circles of Delaunay's paintings