A hat I made for my 3-D Design class. Looks way cooler in person. Took me way too long to make it and I contemplated giving up half way through but @madiperkins told me to quit being dramatic and basically I got it done after that 😂. It strayed a slightly different path from the original design but I’m in love with how it turned out. (I also cut my finger pretty bad with an X-Acto knife while working on it so I literally put some serious time and blood in on this one) .
The theme for the second project in Ideation class was to incorporate time. I had this idea to build a rotating diagram, presenting a natural environment that transforms into a more industrialized, mechanical one . I decided to go for a mythical style for this work because I wanted make a new environmental reality that was more abstract. The mechanical side consists of wired flowers and mirror butterflies, mimicking the “real” flowers and butterflies on the other side. There are also metal scraps, plastic, and glass shards scattered around, making the scene appear like a junk yard. In between the two environments are intermediate phases, where the plants are in the midst of transitioning into metal forms and vise versa. Watch the clip at the end so you can see the transformation in action!! • I was reeeaally inspired by an artist named Jakob Kudsk Steensen, who does VR and installations. His works combine aspects of technology, ecology, and imagination, and he has created some mind bending works that show new ecological realities by blurring time and space or fusing different realities together. He’s awsomeee !
Sorry for long post lul
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Roughing out the front upper section of The Butcher helm from Star Citizen @robertsspaceind
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Visor hood for my temperature display. Pleased with the design, two pins hook the inside of the visor and hold it in place. This is on the outside of my closet and the hood blocks the display from shining onto the bed.
First time using blender. I downloaded the program 5 days ago knowing nothing at all and I've actually managed to produce something. This little free program has a ton of potential, it's just a shame I couldn't show it off more at this point in time. I'll certainly be using this more in the future. It's super exciting to learn a new package #graphicdesign#graphicdesignstudent#blender#3ddesign#sheffieldhallamuniversity