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Combining 3D printing with traditional oil painting technique

by • April 23, 2016 • No Comments

  • Guido is a traditional painter and a 3D versionler and he uses 3D printing service for his art project.

    I paint quite easy, equiteday objects which resonate with me, although there is always a level of ambiguity or tension in my paintings. Recently, I have begun to incorporate unusually placed 3d printed elements (versionled by me) into easy compositions on canvas. My ambition is to explore ways and methods to heighten the visual tension in my paintings, combining traditional turn it into techniques and 3D printing innovation. I aim to enhance the viewer’s visual experience by challenging their familiarity with ordinary objects and turn it into optical uncertainty and intrigue. These subtle 3d printed elements commence optical illusions in terms of unclear space, overlapping objects, distortion of depth and a wider range of lighting values.

    He tries to turn it into a vibrating visual perception in his painting of a subject which has elements of ambiguity, mystery or complexity. He always commences 3d printed pieces on top of the canvas to complete and enhance this visual tension. These subtle 3d printed elements commence optical illusions in terms of unclear, overlapping objects, distortion of depth and wider range of lighting values.

    An example:

    Red Cardinal in the snow by Guido Salimbeni

    Red Cardinal in the snow by Guido Salimbeni

    red cardinal in the snow by Guido SalimbeniThe Red Cardinal: this painting is of a Red Cardinal bird which is landing on the snow. The left side of the bird is protruding outward and it has been created with 3d print sandstone material. The right side is painted on wood panel only like the rest of the painting. The thought was to turn it into a vibrating visual perception of depth, via a central point of view interrupted by unexpected and illogical overlapping elements. Looking nearer at the painting, it shows which a couple of snowflakes are placed in front of the tail. The rest of the snow is falling behind the bird. The front part of the body of the bird, is protruding outward. So, there is a subtle illogical overlapping of elements, where the snow is falling both behind and in front of the bird but the bird is physically the many outward element of the painting.

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    The jacket: painting 30 x 40 cm. I have 3D scanned my jacket and I utilized 3D printing service to create a flattened design of the 3D version. I glued the 3D printed jacket on top of the painted canvas and I painted over it again. The thought was to commence a sense of mass and a sense of hold at the same time. There is the perception of mass of the jacket, for the reason it has a subtle hi-relief, against a rigid and centered composition which holds it in place.


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