Creativity takes on many shapes and forms.
|Posted by thatcircleguy on March 12, 2011 at 4:05 AM||comments (0)|
Great new sculpture project is underway with Rachel GRATON; together we are enlarging one of her beautiful figurines from 30cm to a whopping 1.8m !
Here is the original sculpture and a post process shot after photographing it, processing it into a 3d mesh, then slicing it up digitally and laying it out for transfer onto foam.
|Posted by thatcircleguy on March 12, 2011 at 3:57 AM||comments (1)|
Just discovered Google SketchUp, great intuitive 3D package designed for use we Google Earth.
Manged to make this house on my third go.
|Posted by thatcircleguy on September 10, 2009 at 3:04 AM||comments (0)|
A while ago I designed a series of works and had them fabricated, however I never had the change to see them in the flesh! I finally got a couple of photos of the finished works installed and here they are.
Long Thin, Vinyl on ACM 900mm x 2400mm
3 Circles, 2 Chords, Vinyl on ACM 1100mm x1100mm (each)
|Posted by thatcircleguy on September 7, 2009 at 2:47 AM||comments (37)|
Here is a simple remote controlled robot I made with my daughter as a fun project.
He had great traction and could traverse different terrain without a problem.
My we should start building a rocket so win can win the Google Lunar X prize.
There is plenty of room for improvement, but hey you have to start somewhere!
|Posted by thatcircleguy on August 6, 2009 at 5:19 PM||comments (0)|
Here is a recently completed painting for one of my favorite Parisian couples Marco & Gaëlle, named by Marco as double infinity for their Paris apartment. I am very happy with how it has come out,the colours (inspired by them and my time in Australia ) and the final design worked really well together. Breaking the symmetry provided me with some interesting technical challenges, all of which I managed to overcome and has given me some ideas for the future. I have include a photo (not a very good one) taken from the top of a shaky ladder in the shed!