The work is 3D printed, but not yet complete; it is a mixture of steel, quartz, copper, iron, slate, resin, and 30 micron 3D printed VeroClear object material layers.
It is a combination of traditional engraving technology and the most advanced digital modeling and 3D printing. Its development aims to inspire other traditional artists to adapt and use new technologies in their works, not to make them live their lives; to create beautiful and awe-inspiring objects that could not be constructed in the real world before, and to continue to learn and develop, and The ever-changing world in our lives is as fluid.
It combines traditional and advanced manufacturing technology. The 3D printed parts include a large number of wing springs covered with beautiful copper patina. Interestingly, the unique "gap" in the feather was not modeled in 3D. Only add them manually after 3D printing.
This work is very large, life-size. It consists of two parts, the lowest part of which is the feet.
But what does work mean?
This is a minimalist style that not only shows the fragility of femininity, but also shows the power of the first flight. In a sense, this symbolizes today's 3D printing. He is on the brink of extinction and ready to move into the future.
The product consists of four parts: the human body, the wings, the horizontal seat and the feet.
Material: Resin Installation: there is a hole for installing the hook on the back
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