the creature feature show…


I found these old sketches from our junior year @SJSU for a warm up project that Prof Mcclusky had us do for our wearable technology concept for Nokia…the premise was great…design an alien creature that lived on you (be it symbiotic or parasitic relationship) and tell a story about the relationship that the human and alien shared…this was a 1 week warm up and we had to also build it in CAD (we were promised SLA’s…we’re still waiting for those…)

Here’s a shotgun blast of some of my concepts…i ended up going with the top left concept…basically it lived on your face and when you sneezed, rather than you using your hands to cover your face or just sneezing out in the air, this creature would spread its gills over your mouth and eat all your mucus, boogers, and what not…this was during the time of the Bird Flu…

Alex n Dan please post your sketches if you can find them, ya’ll had some cool ones…Dan’s ate your brains if i remember correctly, to make u forget things…

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  1. Ohhhh man, this is classic Jon! Really nice set of sketches bud, great use of cross-sectional lines and each sketch building on the next. Love it bro!

      • joncorpuz
      • July 8th, 2009

      wish you were in our class that semester…

    • dancrlo
    • July 8th, 2009

    Ahh the memories. I actually wish we could spend more time on this project. I would have taken in better inspiration as well. Nice sketches, I’ll try to dig some of mine out of the vault.

      • joncorpuz
      • July 8th, 2009

      I know huh, it was actually more fun than the actual project…bro, i remember laughing so hard at how much time u wasted on the CAD model in rhino of that armoured worm thing that ate ur brains…man, i miss those days

  2. I thought Dan modeled his in UG no? I just remember you spent days trying to get those “plates” off-set and twisting around…I could swear it was UG but could be wrong. Ya, wish I was in that class, it was a great project!

    • dancrlo
    • July 8th, 2009

    Yeah 3 days without sleep all to model it in UG. I could have done it in an hour in rhino. In the end it was UG that ate my brain. My presentation was then “Uh pretty much.”

      • joncorpuz
      • July 9th, 2009

      hahahahahaha…thats right how could i forget unigraphics the most intuitive CAD known to man, that was so funny!!!!…and then to top it off “Uh pretty much….zzzzzzzzz”

  3. Pretty much, pretty much, pretty much, pretty much….pretty much, pretty much, pretty much, pretty much…..pretty much, pretty much, pretty much, pretty much……pretty much….pretty much, much, much, much!

      • dancrlo
      • July 9th, 2009

      HAHA…Yup, pretty much traumatized now about saying pretty much.

    • ThejsuN
    • July 9th, 2009

    A lot of cool project came out of that. Nice seein these again.

    • Jsun, I was mentioning to Rawmin and a few others that we are going to be re-launching the Lineweights website, and open it up for people to contribute easier. Once we get that set up, you should join in man! It would be awesome to get your work on here bud! Hope all is well!

        • ThejsuN
        • July 10th, 2009

        Sounds like a good deal to me. Lookin forword to it.

  4. My favorite sketch from that project.

  5. I guess html doesn’t work in these comments….who’s hack job website is this anyhow?

    one more try…

      • joncorpuz
      • July 13th, 2009

      I think your first comment went through Mike…not sure what’s wrong, must be wordpress or something…we’re working on revamping the site soon, once we have time…thanks dude!

    • Mike, I think the first time you posted that comment it went through? Weird.

      Does the ducktape and partly chewed up gum show that much? I think if we add a couple toothpicks and crazy glue…the site will hold together a little longer!

        • joncorpuz
        • July 13th, 2009

        We’re gonna have to mcguyver this one…i’ll need a rubberband, a paperclip, and a burrito…

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