In Digital Media class today is the final day to complete our Architectural Designs using the 3D Printing software Tinkercad. When you are finished you are going to take images of different angles of the 3D design you created and combine them together in Adobe Photoshop. Use one image and place it over an actual photograph to get an idea of how the structure would look in real life. Jak's Architectural Designs below (you can also see him working on it above) is a great example of how complex the structure should be, it's modeled after the famous Torii Gate at Itsukushima, a Shinto Shine in Japan.
The final design should have 4 different images of angles on a clean white background and 1 over a photograph like the example below. The example below from Victoria is reminiscent of Frank Gehry's EMP Museum in Seattle and shows what the final design should look like.