Return of the 3d – adrift
This is about when a freelance job is being difficult while you’re trying to find your way through it. My partner works as a TV editor and a few days ago he described this sensation as being “adrift on a sea of television” I thought that was a lovely summary so I set out to illustrate it.
Since my camera shuffled off its mortal coil I had been unable to photograph any 3D work without borrowing equipment from all over. I’ve now got my own digital camera again and it’s a relief to be making paper constructions again. It’s so much fun and very satisfying – one of my favourite things to do.
Here’s a couple of alternate lighting views and a detail of the little fella and his huge tv monitor in the rowing boat. This is made of white cartridge paper cut with a scalpel.