Strange soft body 08

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Description:

Part of the strange soft bodies series 2.

I feel somehow close to these creations as each texture and element was photographed and captured (using simple methods of photogrammetry)
with my phone at that moment, in special places, or using objects that reminded me of something/someone.

The central object of this creation is … (read more)

Part of the strange soft bodies series 2.

I feel somehow close to these creations as each texture and element was photographed and captured (using simple methods of photogrammetry)
with my phone at that moment, in special places, or using objects that reminded me of something/someone.

The central object of this creation is an actual rock that my wife has in her room, and the pebbled ground is from a small park that is near my home.


Additional Details:
  • 1500 x 1500 px, Video (23.7 MB)
  • This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
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Comments

Oliver Pocsik
2021/09/11

I love the sounds as well.

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Incredible. So you can make the rock virtually go a cross between spongy and like a jelly with a resilience. Love the sound effects too. Do you make your own sounds? 💗

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Sound as sound and not restricted to it being 'musical' is such an interesting area to work in. Would have been interesting to get that sort of hissing sound combined with a slight beat (after the 'plop') Pleased you like my imagery. I've made a few videos from image stills and added natural sounds ~ I'm not tech savy so that's about as far as I can go ~ So I do admire what you're able to do. 💗

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Felipe Goldsack
(creator)
2020/10/15

Thank you! Yes, photogrammetry is amazing! and you can actually achieve very good results with a phone. For this one, the sounds effects were mixed from different sound libraries that I collected, but I do create/record sounds and music.
I love your work!!

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Robert Hruska
2020/10/11

Amazing!

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Felipe Goldsack
(creator)
2020/10/15

Thank you!! :)

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