Monday, September 10, 2007

Experimentations with Memories in 3-D




I used this sad little boy for some ink drawings done for the Transplant show (see posts below). I am working on another group show in NYC for sometime in 2008. This was all experimentation, and doing that I started playing around with a 3-D look for some pieces. I didn't know whether it worked or not until last night. I found some old 3-D glasses and tried them on with my new pieces, to my surprice one of them was right on. I figured out what I did that made them work and duplicated that on the other piece. I'm excited about this discovery and I might do further experimentation for future pieces. The pink and blue piece is not 3-D but I thought it looked cool for maybe a t-shirt design. Maybe even without the boy. I will try and post the ink drawings done for the Transplant show at a later time. Please let me know what you guys think. I'm not entirely sure about this direction and so far its all an effort to try and discover what it is I want to say with this upcoming show. Further details will be anounced later when things get more solidified. If anyone has any 3-D glasses laying around and want to see the pieces in 3-D that would be amazing, and if you do please let me know what you think about it. Peace world!

8 comments:

IrisOn said...

the pink and green piece on top is awesome, this could be a very cool direction to go in.

have you ever scene Nathan fox and his 3-d shit, its awesome

www.foxnathan.com

belinha said...

I liked TransPlant!:-)

Clayton Stillwell said...

This is awesome!! caught my eye as soon as i saw it. could be really cool to show in NY..

Matt Dalluhn said...

These are killer designs, it was awesome to see these and your post on blogarians with the TinPo. Crazy ability to adapt styles yet keep the quality consistent, and definitely get some shirts printed!

J. Fiorino said...

Nice! I like the top one alot! lookin sick, as usual! Thanks for the kind words amigo. We only met briefly on the night of your Senior Thesis Show. If you're ever in Sarasota again let me know. Keep up the great work man.

Hannibal said...

Cool character design and color!

eel bog said...

Wow, these are great designs.
Cheers!

Angie Andrews said...

Very nice. The first one immediately made me think of James Jean, so that's a compliment!