I had a lot of difficulty designing my chairs following the requirements. There were some techniques that we needed to do that I wasn't that familiar with. The chair on the right is over sized and follows the proportions of a normal chair. It doesn't stand on any of it's legs, instead it stands on its backrest. The sculpture on the left is a little less complete. Though it balances on a corner of it's seat, it isn't proportionate. The legs aren't of the same length.
Both the sculptures are painted and designed creatively in my point-of-view. You are able to go under, around, and through each of the sculptures. I was able to make myself a template using guidelines to determine that they height of my sculptures weren't over 20 feet. Along with that I was able to draw out a square to keep me in the 20 feet by 30 feet atrium area. If I had to chose the best sculpture it would be the one on the right. It follows all the requirements and specifications and I believe it is the most creative. If i were to do this project again, I would make sure that both sculptures were proportionate to a chair. I also think that I could have been more creative in my designs. #82