Ready for more? Anyway, here are four more.
The first one corresponds with Icosa- and Dodecahedron.
The second corresponds with the Rhombic Dodecahedron.
Its top view
The other two correspond with the Rhombic Triacontahedron.
The first one
Top view thereof
The second one
The top view
Aaaand done, most likely.
Hope these will inspire someone to experiment with that kind of stuff, too.
Take care, J.
Hi there y’all,
here are two more, both corresponding with Icosa- and Dodecahedron.
The first one
The second one is a bit different. I got inspired by some things I saw on Rinus Roelofs’ website. In case you don’t know his works it’s highly recommended for anyone interested in geometric art. Lots of great stuff. http://www.rinusroelofs.nl/
So here it is
Have a good time wherever you are, J.
here come some more. All correspond with the Dodecahedron and the Icosahedron.
The first one.
It’s top view.
The second one is a close relative of the omnipresent linking stars thingy.
Since it is a bit hard to read you’ll get a third view from inside looking up.
And the third one. Also a ‘not to be seen that often’ variant.
Have a good time everyone, J.
Hello out there,
it’s me again, this time with a little “real” world object. Felt the urge to make something tangible recently. Hand carved in a small PU-foam block, ca. 5 x 11 x 2.5 cm. No sanding.
And here it is.
Two more views, please click to enlarge.
This was really enjoyable to do inbetween all the CG-stuff.
’til next time, J.
some years ago I started to study fractal trees.After a while it began to dawn on me how to construct the simpler ones.Of course there was no doubt that it would not be possible to reach the enormous amount of detail you can get in 3D fractal generating software,but i wanted to try and see how far I’d come with modeling these structures “manually” in Wings3d. Not that far unfortunately.But far enough to get some nice basic stuff.
First some examples of different tree approaches.