Feb 12, 2012

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10 comments:

Christian Pearce said...

I bloody love these Laura. You get such a solidity in your renderings while retaining the subject's elusive origamiosty, I really dig 'em.
If you keep drawing them I will keep looking at them!

Greg Broadmore said...

Samsies - they're just awesome.
I don't know how you conceived of the idea - are they the result of a post - post modern interpretation of post modernism, or head injury?
The good type of head injury obviously.

Stuart Thomas said...

Great rendering skills again! must be from painting all those glossy things for a game you worked on earlier :0
What do you start with these particular pieces? you have a base shape generator, or does it just pour out of your head?

laura said...

thanks christian!

greg - between those two options, it was definitely caused by head injury.

stu - thanks, its possible haha, maybe rebelling against the shiny round shapes? i start with simple line sketches then go from there. and try to stay with the original shapes as much as possible. heres a sketch

Aaron Beck said...

Phenomenal!

Ryan Walsh said...

Striking, Bold and Sharp

You are A Cunning Artist'
I could flirt with ya all day over a nice painted canvas u create'

MR brown said...

your values are perfect!!!

Brandon said...

Really fun stuff on your blog. I like the way you design.

Lubomir said...

Laura, I'm amazed by all of your latest work. I absolutely love these geometric sculptures, your understanding of light and form is fantastic. Very inspirational indeed. Also, your old guache studies are sweeeeeeeeet, awesome, awesome work :)

Ma-ding Tosh said...

very lovely sculptures. I might have to borrow some of your design sensibilities.