The following scans are my ideations for depth. I thought about how direction can be used to emphasize the feeling of depth. The circular build of a cone was considered throughout most of these ideations. I used this idea when creating a spiral leading downward in my depth construction. It was not necessarily a cone, yet that was the inspiration. I used a combination of parts to plan my final design. I appreciated the concentric circles as they highlighted the various scaled circles in my design, but I decided to use the sharp triangular components sparingly in my finalized build. This was done as the triangles purposes were purely decorative. The motion emanating from the spiraled circles focalizes the centered design. I used depth for this emphasized point.
This is a demonstration of how the combination of the spiraled circles and the centered design will interact. It will grow outward to produce the polar effect of drawing the audience inward. I separated the components by keeping the triangle parts only on the center piece. The layers will be stacked using pillars of chip board and each other for support.
Ideation number six for volume was my initial plan for the volumetric design. I planned to fill the space with variations of my design, rooting the new construction in the individual components. I determined to create the sense of volume by building up the layers (opposite to how I broke down the circles for depth). Balance is another essential component for this design. I maintained balance in this asymmetric piece by having the focal point be the large, completed design with small partially created designs surrounding it. The variation in heights helped produce a full, voluminous design as it contrasts with the flat layers building up to it.