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Contemporary Art by Andrew Duncan

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Major new project underway

Posted by thatcircleguy on March 12, 2011 at 4:05 AM Comments 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.




12 Bois de la Roche

Posted by thatcircleguy on March 12, 2011 at 3:57 AM Comments 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.


Painting on Walls

Posted by thatcircleguy on September 10, 2009 at 3:04 AM Comments 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)




Lumpybot

Posted by thatcircleguy on September 7, 2009 at 2:47 AM Comments comments (0)

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!



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Double Infinity

Posted by thatcircleguy on August 6, 2009 at 5:19 PM Comments 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!

 







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