This guy is a little critter I made to test out some more of our Makerbot Digitizer's functionality. I scanned him about six times from all different angles. The digital file still did not pick up all of the cracks, crevices, and surface features, but I think the overall model turned out cute. Clay sculpture … Continue reading 3D Scanning a Turtle
Tonight is the night of the Trigger Design Show in NYC. I had a great time making my piece and it is exciting to be exhibiting with such a diverse group of talented people. I'm getting some photos taken of my piece in the space so hopefully I will have those to post soon. Other … Continue reading Tonight’s the Night
Just got a few of my pieces in the mail from Shapeways. The boxes are not quite what I had hoped for but that's why you have to see your models in real life. I do love the yellow color. The bathtub is my favorite and now I feel the need to get myself a … Continue reading Printed Ceramics ~ Photos!
My design will on display at the Trigger Design Show NYC during NYC x Design week. The theme of the show is Gun Violence, and my entry is called "Guts". I am excited to see everybody's work and how the show turns out. The apples are 3-D printed ceramics, and the guts are hand-painted silicone. My Artist Statement: Entry … Continue reading Trigger Design Show NYC
I have been working on a ceramic tile design. I wanted to see if I could 3-D print a prototype in plastic and then make a plaster mold for production. I have learned it is pretty tricky to produce an interesting 3-dimensional image in such a shallow relief. I like this one, but I have … Continue reading Ceramic Tile Design: Sea Sponge Inspired
Did you know you can 3-D print ceramics? Well you can! It is super neat technology that is getting better all of the time. I really like traditional ceramics, but I don't have easy access to a kiln so 3-D printing helps to scratch my design itch. I just ordered some new pieces so until … Continue reading Ceramics Design