Unit 3:3D Visual Communications
Experimenting with tissue paper
Work based on Peter Calleson
Antony Gormley Antony Gormley is a british sculptor, born in 1950. He was born to a german mother and irish father. He grew up in a wealthy roman Catholic family. his His best known works include the Angel of the North , which is a public sculptor, located in the north of england. Another relatively well known piece of his is Event Horizon , which is another public sculptor. It has been installed in both Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
This piece has been made of wire. Personally, when i look at it what could be interpreted as the basic frame of the human body. around what could be seen as the frame of a human body there are a lower density of wire s, which could represent energy. so this sculptor could represent the energy or life of man. The colour of the wire is black, which contrasts well with the white background. The middle has very little space between the wire, a high density, but as you get further towards the sides, the density decreases. The texture of the wire looks very smooth.
Plaster cast sculptures
Plaster cast light picture
Break down evolve
Destruct and reconstruct forge
3D ruin wreck
Su Blackwell In this piece su blackwell has created a 3D piece by using a book and pages from a book. She uses this technique to tell a story as if the story is coming out. I plan to use this technique by having pages from the book, sticking out a hole in the book.
Final outcome evaluation â€˘â€Ż
My final piece is a book with a whole in it. It has branches ,made from metal wires, covered in torn bits of pages from the book. The work of Su Blackwell, inspired me on this piece. I liked the idea of something coming out of the book. Everything is in black and white, because it is made from book pages. The shape of the branches is in no particular shape and was just randomly bent to resemble branches. It looks like the contents of the book is escaping from the book. The pages of the book were also glued together to hold them together, so the book doesnâ€™t start to close. The texture of this piece is very smooth.