Digital 3D design for 3D printing or digital environments
Sculpting in the medium of clay is a fluid and dynamic approach to sculpture, where design development happens naturally
throughout the act of creation.
This results in an organic process where new ideas can materialise and be introduced as the relationship between
maker and tangible creation develops.
Working in clay also allows for drastic change to be implemented at any stage, so there
is always the freedom and flexibility to change direction and use progress within a make to inform further modifications.
As a result, the creative process can be approached as a negotiated commission, where a client has the potential to have input into aspects of the work throughout. This level of communication and input can be negotiated prior to the commencement of work.
With the ongoing development of 3D printing and digital environments for games and movies, the ability to capture the real world digitally in three dimensions has also improved. In conjunction with sculpting in clay to create these digital resources, the potential to create unique and engaging three dimensional digital forms, figures, and characters is unlimited. The twist that these objects exist in the real world first, offers outcomes that are slightly different to those objects also developed digitally.