Sunday, October 30, 2011



While it's not directly animation related, I stumbled onto this and thought it was really amazing that these were 2D paintings made out of 3D subject matter. When I first saw these, I thought they were just plain paintings (beautiful, but still traditional 2D) but then after scrolling down, you see that it's much more than that.. This artist is also taking it far beyond the painting, creating art installations and using both as tools to create more intimate portraits. Like I said, it's not really animation-related, but I really enjoyed the thought of using a three-dimensional space to present a two-dimensional image (or at least, a two-dimensional image on first appearance). Here's a link to more paintings and a video where the artist explains her ideas more in-depth
http://24flinching.com/word/gold-seal/inspiring-artists/still-life-still-alive/

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