How A Tessellation Is Born // A step-by-step process

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  1. Nikita Prokhorov Nikita Prokhorov

    This tessellation was influenced by a very iconic profile stance of a silverback gorilla, as well as my previous gorilla tessellation. First sketch (v2_a) and the second sketch (v2_b) are based on a slightly altered interlocking system, after I saw that they can come together in a different manner while still retaining the iconic stance. Not sure which one I like more.

    Next step in the process coming up soon!

    over 1 year ago

  2. Next step: Once the rough geometry is mapped out, the more life-like details can start to find their way into tessellation. I really like the way the face is turning out, but something is not right with the derriere...but making too many alterations to that part may take away from the face. Need to refine that outline detail before proceed to the actual figure details.

    over 1 year ago

  3. Steph Doyle Steph Doyle

    It would be cool to the complete evolutionary chain, from fish to the man, as a tessellation.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Nikita Prokhorov Nikita Prokhorov

    @Steph, I am diggin' that idea!!

    over 1 year ago

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