I really liked the idea of continuing a project that was already made for one section of the class. I thought your Upcycle saxophone turned out great, so deciding to build an improved version later on in the semester was a really good idea. From how the final project turned out, I think this was a great choice!
I really like that you are expanding on your previous project! I feel as though dividing the class into one smaller project and one larger project does not allow us to go as far in dept as if we were to just work on one project the whole time. I really like your ideas as to how expand on the sax and am excited to see the final product!
Jake, I loved your first project with the upcycle and I am excited that you are continuing to make saxaphones, because the first one turned out great, and I can’t even imagine how great the second one will turn out. It is cool that you are making something that you actually have talent and experience with. I can’t wait to hear you play it at the final presentation and see the aesthetic of it!
We got to discuss the majority of my commentary after your presentation. I’m most interested in how your project would contrast the artsy,flowery designs on traditional brass saxophones. You’re saying: screw your traditional design (i think…)!
Cool that you’re making your previous project even better. Good idea to make it flat. The against the grain aesthetic sounds great. The goofy design is cool. Super interested to see how this turns out.
I really liked your upcycle project, so I’m excited to see the outcome. It would be different to see a saxophone with a different shape. The dinosaur would look funny in the saxophone as well. Great choice of aesthetics.
Its great that you are iterating on your upcycle design! It great to see a project that can be playable and from what you said it that it work. Have you thought about continuing the arrows up the hole piece to complete the aesthetic. What aesthetic do you think your picture falls under? More of a futuristic mixed with the past?
I like that you are creating a continuation of your upcycle project. I thought that the first one looked great! I like that you are changing up the materials, and planning to make the next iteration more precisely. This is a great opportunity to make use of the laser cutter! What a funny picture to use as your aesthetic theme. I am interested to see how the final design works functionally. Great job!
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