Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Phases of the Face-Skull

For my quarter in Sculpture 250 used one clay model.
From this clay model I was able to create different variations through the application of digital tools.
Here are the different variations.


Serial Contour

Painted Serial Contour



Monday, August 29, 2011

andrew f. scott:Topmod Pepakura

topmod modeling and surfacing software was used to generate this model which was then processed for laser cutting using pepakura. I'd like to thank thank Kali Moon for your help assembling this model.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Kali Moon: Laser Cutting

If you don't like to close the door, here's a good helper, Door Bear!
The bear is hung on the door to keep the door open.
After I created a door bear model in Maya, I used Pepakura Designer which is for making paper craft models from 3-dimensional data.
I exported pepakura model to .eps file, which is for getting join numbers, and .dxf file, which is for showing folding lines.
I followed the order to be ready to laser cut by using illustrator and Rhino.
I glued the same join numbers together
and I got Door Bear.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Kali Moon: 3D Printing

I developed the face that I used for the first project in Zbrush, so that I have a detailed face. For this project, I want to describe a person who has various personalities, which are expressed by the different facial expressions on the balloon. The face which is blowing the balloon may describe cold-blooded personality with machine parts which seems like a very practical, precise and impulsive person.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

andrew f. scott: mobius pepakura

One of two build outs from our recent lecture. The interesting aspect of this build in that each edge loop is built from a similar flat development which shows the expressive potential of mountain and valley folds. While building this I was also attracted to the interior forms, so I may create another one and reverse the mountain and valley folds to see how that comes out.