Not from a Rib

And now he has a friend. I find this process endlessly absorbing, I must say.

This is the first of the characters for The Project that I wanted to construct in 3D this week. (See last post for my thoughts on this.) I plan to do a few more over the next couple of days. but right now I’m going to stop and think about other things for a bit lest my collaborators think I’ve gone entirely bonkers and am now playing with dolls*.


*Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

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2 Responses to Not from a Rib

  1. robert says:

    Your 3-d artwork is really good; you definitely have a flair for it. Back in the day (prior to the advent of computer graphics) a facility with clay and plaster was almost a requirement for the study (or at least the exposition) of differential geometry; maybe you could revive this old tradition, in a strings/branes context. Whatever, you should keep on playing with the dolls.

  2. Clifford says:

    Hi robert… Yes, you’re on a similar page to me when it comes to finding other ways of exposition using older crafts.