These are 3D printed sculptures I made for the group exhibition “Pasharapainte”.
“Pasharapainte” is a coined word combined with “Pasha” (an onomatopoeia of shutter sound) and “Paint”, from the concept of this exhibition – collaborations of photographers and painters.
The Preparation Process
The preparation process of this exhibition took all year long for some photographers and an event manager.
They took a photo of each seasons at first, to make seeds of inspiration for painters.
After they took and shared their photos to I and other painters, we did our stuff based on the inspiration and imagination from them.
My 3D Printed Sculptures “Seasons”
How I Made It
Firstly, I made a 3D sculpture model mainly with “Zbrush” or “Blender“, sometimes “Forger” for iPhone.
It was fun, but I needed to take care about the model’s resolution not too detailed or too thin. Because if the model has a part which is too thin, it will be fragile or be broken in the printing process.
(Sorry for not taking any captures for now!)
How I painted On It (Timelapse Videos)
After waiting for delivery of 3D printed models (for a week – 10 days in usual), a traditional phase had begun.
The painting process is quite simple – take some Liquitex acrylics, just paint on these sculptures made with nylon materials.
I put here some timelapse videos.
24-29 July 2019
12:00 – 20:00 (-19:00 on 29th)
2F(1st floor) 2-12-12 Kego, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, Japan
I’m a digital creator / minimalist.
Since I dove into digital creation world in 2000, I’ve been making 2D/3D illustration, graphic design, web design and video editing as hobbies and business.
My recent hobbies are watching videos of minimalists’ life styles and seeking life hacks for better life.