All Things Fall - 3D printed zoetrope by Mat Collishaw



 have created a 3D zoetrope which whilst standing is stunning, even without the movement. 

'Artwork was designed by Mat Collishaw.

It is based on "Massacre of the innocent" painting by Rubens.

This is the 6th zoetrope I had a pleasure to work on.
This 3D printed job took about 6 months of work and involved creating over 350 character figures, environment elements and architecture.

I was responsible for all 3D modeling and animations.
I mostly used 3ds max and ZBrush.'

Since 2004 Sebastian Burdon (artist, animator, digital sculptor and author) – has explored various branches of the creative industry from print and TV, games for PlayStation, mobile and online casinos, through to architectural visualisation, vfx, advertising and 3d printing. Among some of his achievements are winnings of graphics design and animation competitions. He contributes to 3d graphics and animation journals (ie. 3D World) and is a regular speaker at London’s 3ds max users meetings (3ds London). Sebastian has been heavily involved with the world of contemporary art participating in the projects that are displayed in London, New York, Verona and Berlin.


By: Lisa
Posted: Fri 15th May 2015

Tags: Motion, 3D, animation, movement, printed, zoetrope

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