Failure case analysis When the sculpture and the waterscape are combined, how to coordinate the theme and form and how to deal with the primary and secondary relationship between the two formally is very important. Good coordination can achieve good results. Without good coordination, the effect may be counterproductive.
Boson sculpture production company has seen a more failed example of the group of sculptures of Kowloon opera beads combined with water features, the entire sculpture is erected in a huge pool, around the group of sculptures, gushing water mist Cover the entire sculpture.
Compared with the waterscape, the size of the sculpture’s principal and interest is smaller, which is not suitable for distance viewing, and the large water surface separates the sculpture from the viewer. This formed a very chaotic scene. The entire landscape was unordered and chaotic. Another example was the squat four giant frog sculptures squatting by the pool in a waterscape environment. Water jets were sprayed out of the mouth, and the water columns were slim. Disproportionate to the huge volume of the sculpture.
The sculpture itself cannot give people a beautiful enjoyment, and the improper combination with the water feature exacerbates this sense of incongruity. In addition, the Bosong Sculpture Company has seen a water scene. The sculpture is based on the work of Mayor (Seine River). The designer placed this sculpture in a pool, and then set water jets around the sculpture to use water. For the “wash pouring” sculpture, the flow of the water body is too large, which conceals the beauty of the sculpture itself. The tranquil, delicate and dynamic form of the sculpture itself does not match the large flow of water, and the final effect is counterproductive.