Got cute with the font. Note that the font accommodated for the pixels that would otherwise have been “floating”.
Decided to see how it looked in “glass”. I like it (though it needed a small depth adjustment I had missed earlier).
For some reason the object disappeared from sketchup when I was almost done. I saved it and reopened it, tried to unhide hidden objects, everything I could think of. But I was able to take the file and was able to open it in Rhino and finish it, so sorry I’m missing a sketchup screenshot! Also, decided to make my own shape for my friend’s new pup.
Idea: Dripping water cut from soft transparent plastic and turned so it would droop and evoke raindrops.
Idea: Tree form connected to city skyline roots, was looking at trees in urban environment
Idea: Image of jumping spider made from stacked layers
Idea: 3-Dimensional Centipede constructed from individual lasercut layers.
Idea/Brainstorming cutting of fabric or leather and how it would stretch and idea of geometrical interlocking parts that could form a sort of network.
Idea: Layers of cut out cave formations
Final idea: Treehouse, investigating house floorplan in relation to flat tree shape.
Work of Kim Beck – Architectural Geometries in lasercut paper
Olafur Eliasson “Your House” architecture cut into pages of book.
Tree Drawn to convert to lasercut
Modelled house in Rhino, used tree to cut out tabs on back wall of house.
House in construction
Initial concept sketch
3D Model of Mac Plus
3D Print with fabricated floppy disk to scale.
Final Result, cast in clear resin with objects inside
Research for supplemental ideas for the “historical artifact” included scans of Venus of Willendorf, 3D models of arcade machines instead of Mac Plus (none of them could be opened by my software), nothing else really caught my interest enough to pursue.
No sketchbook pages on this because sketching really happened in Sculptris
Some sketching of mobility and armature pieces
Adding of armature structures in Rhino