As I have discussed in previous posts my project is a bear that is half painted black and half white that is rotating and floating on top of an LED cloud.
It terms of aesthetic my first specification is that I want to capture the light and dark aesthetic. Specifically I am wanting to make sure that the dark paint on the bear and the LED lights from the cloud create an engaging contrast between each other.
The second specification that I want for my project is that I want the Bear to look 2D when viewed from the side that is painted black. This will only be achieved if I can get the paint dark enough to completely absorb all of the light.
The third specification that I have for my project is that I want the bear to look like it is floating. When it is rotating I do not want the motor to be visible when it is turning.
The forth specification I have for my project Is that I want the LED lights to be dispersed by the cloud enough that you cannot tell where the strips are. I want the cloud to have a generally uniform color.
The fifth specification that I have for my project is that I want the bear to rotate at a speed that is slow enough that It can be clearly seen without it being too blurry or hard to look at.
The top 5 constraints that I have for my project include
1. making sure my paint works well on Styrofoam
2. ensuring my motor is strong enough to rotate my object
3. verifying that my LED lights are bright enough to shine through my cloud material
4. allowing enough time for all of my materials to be shipped to my apartment
5. making sure I plan enough time to construct and document my assembly
Featured Image: https://www.dhgate.com/product/new-arrival-big-windmill-shape-unique-lighting/398277234.html
Image 2: https://happymag.tv/remember-the-blackest-paint-on-earth-that-makes-everything-look-2d-well-you-can-now-get-your-filthy-3d-mitts-on-it/