Here is the first attempt to create a 3D printer file worthy of working on a 3D printer. No luck. I did not take enough images of my little jogging lady. My next attempt will be a closer frame and many more images in the round.
Although it was not a success I still love the mood of the image that 123D Catch did create. It has such story possibilities.
yep…pretty much! Going to 123DCatch these bitches and and then 123DPrint a billion of them. Think about hordes of horses chasing hordes of joggers.
I am running through some ideas this summer (between teaching summer session and Girls Have IT Camp)- just to get them out of my system. You never know- maybe one of these little things will turn into a big idea.
Found this video on NPR. I really like her visual sensibilities. http://www.xiangjunshi.com
Watch the "Why do I study Physics?" video from 2013.
My daughter's senior CBL (Challenge Based Learning) reached the climax Friday night with a wonderful reception at 720 Gallery -Phoenix. It was fun to be a part of the entire experience. I hope the new 'Off the Beaten Path' product line is a success for printmaker Nancy Hill of Hazel & Violet. Watch this video produced by Madison and her team, Matt Baratz, Rob Wallace and Paul Bickert to learn more about their project.
Project update here.
This is a pic of my contribution to the project. I think Phoenix needs its own monster. New York and Tokyo shouldn't get all of the fun.
As a part of the 'Greening of Grand Avenue' initiative, 50 artist's were invited to 'adopt' a cement planter and give it some personality. Read a bit about it here. Nathan's planter is featured in the article. See more photos here.
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