Really loved bringing this 3D printed piece of Snowdon to life! @samprperry cleverly converted the topology from Google Maps into an STL file and printed it on his printer, and I primed, painted and framed it. 🖼️ I haven't done much painting but I really enjoyed layering the colours to bring the landscape to life. 🌲 I would love to do more projects like this; it's making me want a 3D printer! I find it so exciting how you quickly you can bring an idea to life with a bit of CAD and a 3D printer. It really is an awesome tool ❤️
This is something a bit different, but at the start of lockdown I set about a little personal project for fun: making a hamster house! I think around 200 lollipop sticks and 50 coffee stirrers were used to make this mini house, along with some jute rope for the details.
Something a bit different, but I was playing around on my iPad pro yesterday exploring different brushes on Procreate, so thought I'd share!
I'm so grateful to Brunel University London for hosting a virtual graduation today. It was so lovely being able to celebrate with my course-mates even while we're apart ❤️ I'm excited for the next steps in my design career #openforopportunities 🌟
Repost from @madeinbrunel 🌟 - "Today we are looking into team Kodak's contextual models 🎉 It is not always possible for families to spend time together, so it is therefore of huge importance that the time they do spend together is treasured and enjoyed. Kodak hopes to not only capture special family moments, but help create new moments of joy through design solutions suitable for families of the future. These solutions help families make the most of time spent together and feel more connected when they are apart."