Lamb of something.
Compression < Compassion
Photo series to recreate stillborn.
Isnâ€™t the easiest thing to work with. Need to mask lamb out
due to grass messing up 3D mesh.
Not the nicest object to stare at for hours on end,
possibly over compression could help the situation, perhaps a painterly look complimentary of a lot of datamosh artists? â€Š
Since I love pixelsorting so much I made some alterations to the exported texture files for the lamb.
They are quite beautiful but didnâ€™t work well when attached back to the object.
At least aesthetically in my own rightful decision.
This series sorted the pixels according to shadows, darker tones of pixel are stretched.
Distortion of representation.
Stillborn lamb exported as a point cloud for render.
Using point colour instead of exported textures.
I am finding it hard to give the lamb a complimentary context.
It is a powerful model, I donâ€™t want to waste it on something fucking retarded like I usually do.
Video 4. Gods lost child.
No wooly jumpers for hezues.
â€Š Video 5.
Reconstruction Of Godly Lamb.
Polygonal lamb of God.
Triangulated and scattered, extruded to create 3D form from painting.
Abstracting religious iconography.
Reality ———— “the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.” [focusing on the subversion of a singular object through multiple methods of simulation. An organic stump of wood found in the Curragh, Co. Kildare. The wood has almost foetal characteristics in form.] The stump hows a relationship with the lamb in form and somewhat context. Both found in same location, although we deem one not alive.
Lifelike properties for a still object.
''As computer graphics get better, we believe all images less.'' (Warburton, 2017, 05:50).
duplicates subvert what was once trustworthy, the life of the original object is artificially frozen in its hollow simulated shell.
Before Mr. 3D Printing Ireland dumbly touched up what wasnâ€™t broken.â€Š After.
Simulation based on points following the curvature of an object. Particles run along its form until their lifespan fades and new ones are introduced. Video 7.
Videos can be found @ https://vimeo.com/album/5480304