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Graphic and Communication Design Students Transform 2D Sketches into 3D Parade Floats

Graphic and Communication Design Students Transform 2D Sketches into 3D Parade Floats

In a burst of creativity, Graphic and Communication Design students recently brought their gratitude to life through vibrant and imaginative parade floats. Each student translated their unique appreciation into visual art, starting with initial sketches that evolved from 2D concepts to captivating 3D creations.

Inspired by the spirit of thankfulness, these budding designers poured their talents into crafting floats that reflected the things they hold dear. From family and friendships to personal achievements and moments of joy, the floats became a colorful tapestry of gratitude.

The creative process unfolded as students meticulously transformed their ideas from flat sketches into dynamic three-dimensional forms. Armed with an array of design tools and techniques, they breathed life into their concepts, giving depth and detail to each float.

This project not only allowed the students to express their thankfulness but also provided a hands-on opportunity to refine their design skills. From conceptualization to execution, the journey from 2D sketches to 3D floats became a transformative experience, blending artistry with gratitude in a visually stunning celebration.

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