Had great day today finding inspiration while sea combing as a family, and found a treasure trove of bones washed up underneath a jetty in the bay. I am not familiar with the intricate shapes found in large fish, unusual crests an bulbous shapes along with the usual assortment of fishy vertebrae. My son initially wanted to pick up a crab carapace we saw from the jetty (lying in the rocks below) - then rummaging around we found a strange bird like skull of some sort of bottom feeder then several other skulls and many vertebrae.
Now I have some time over the Christmas break to get back to some vis -art works that I started earlier in the year, they are about half finished at this stage but now that the general forms have been incorporated into the pieces I can go all out on finishing them off. I will have these finished by 10th of January, ready for print and sale.
Below are some quick renders from modo, now titled CervalWoman_0.01 and CrownedKing_0.02 (0.01 being the initial drawing in my earlier post), both are based off of photos/photogrammetry data that I captured in Zimbabwe back in 2012. These two have been peculating in my mind for quite a while now and I am still working on ideas on how they will sit on their plinths. A fair amount of detailing still to come.
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