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Ambassador Mir

A quick sculpt in 123D Creature. Inspired by Babylon 5. Ambassador Mir from the Galactic Alliance, law and peace enforcer.

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1/ COLLECTIVE RESEARCH Catherine Wales - Project DNA

Catherine Wales has a studio in New York and London. Project DNA is the three-dimensional accessories collection from London- based designer, Catherine Wales. Catherina combines high fashion, technology, and science, to change conventional methods of textile constructions and push the boundaries of digital fabrication in high fashion.  192 more words

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3D modeling and texturing experiment 2

Here is a model of a broken down house that I have started working on during my journey through working with textures and modeling buildings. Going to be part of a larger project.

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1/ COLLECTIVE RESEARCH - Threeasfour Mer Ka Ba

09/2013 MER KA BA Exhibition, The Jewish Museum (New York City)

A Ready-to-wear collection by the design collective threeASFOUR.

“It reveals the varied visual aspects of Nature and its inherent sacred geometries through a topographic approach. 255 more words

1/ COLLECTIVE RESEARCH - Richard Clarkson, Blossom.

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RICHARD CLARKSON

New York + New Zealand product & furniture designer. With a family background in farming and metal working industries Richard’s designs offer an innovative perspective on traditional materiel ideologies and combine them with new technologies and opportunities. 371 more words

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Monster's Playground

Mandelbulb 3D, Un-Retouched

I know I should be trying a bit more… Globes and rounds and what not, but after a full day of yours truly being more than a bit of a clutz, I decided to stick to what I know… Even if what I know is weird and cubist and something only the monsters of my dreams would enjoy.

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PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION - I HOPE THEY USE ALL THAT C.G.I.

From the latest trailer, I can see they’re still a bit lacking in terms of the ‘realness’ of the CGI, which is understandable since it was planned as a 12-part, 48-minute episodes for TV release (and as a 7-episode theatrical release), but that’s not the issue I want to ramble about here… 853 more words

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