So I’ve finished the latest drawing on duration of pauses in the station:
and did a spatial relationship with it which looks slightly like a jelly fish, but relates quite well to my floating landscape model and a previous drawing of GCT (the one with the smoke wisps linking the plan layers) :
I’m stuck on a couple of things though, firstly I had attempted the timetables:
The plan for these is to be printed in the portfolio on trace paper to introduce the different timescales of the pauses – but I’m not sure if they go far enough? Or if the wording is quite right yet.
Also I was trying to draw something to indicate city wide impact with the pause travelling away on the trains. It’s a big fail. The idea was that one line carried flashing light away from the Landscape, one took smoke, and another took darkness which fades away. I’m really not sure how to draw this part of the scheme up, so I may have to shelve it until after the cross crit. Possibly this drawing would work much better on a small section of NY, not the wider area, but I’m still not convinced it conveys what I am thinking.
Next focus is setting out the material information for the crit, and then the first-person views, then back to these.