Some research on different tree trunk executions.
Attached can be see a large view of one.
about 1 year ago
Leave some for the rest of us!
Neat! I like the ones with the small shape in the middle best.
Top left 4 are my fav
These are really cool :) I've been wanting to do something with a tree trunk ever since I took a photo of a fallen redwood. You may have just motivated me further.
I didn't know that some of the centres are squared. This is very interesting! I think they will look awesome on textiles as repetitive patterns :)
Solid work man :)
What exactly is this? Just uneven rings with a shape in the middle or what's going on? What's the purpose.
Thanks for the comments everyone.
@Martin Sorensen it is brandmark exploration. The concept being "design at the core". It is for an outdoors product.
@David I see, but does the shapes in the middle have anything to do with the shape of the rings? Do they affect the shape, or why do you call it research?
@Martin Sorensen Some of the inner lines are determined mathematically, others by eye.
@David Mathematically, really? That would be exciting, if true. How does that work?
@Martin Sorensen interpolation.
Sweet, also makes me think of contour lines and trig points on maps (in the UK at any rate). It would make for some interesting motion graphics in 3d space... Nice little ident pieces :-)
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