A few of you may have seen that I do shadow box art giving it a 3D look. I recently started carrying two boxes around to conventions and displaying them as examples. I took a commission at AnthrOhio for an anniversary gift (it was yesterday so don’t worry no spoilers).
You saw my 1st 3D art earlier this week. Now you will see a second based on some very hard working con staff that you see at a lot of conventions. This is a demo piece so you can see how your piece would look.
Above is a side view where you can see lots of layers of foam and glue. Each bit was drawn, traced, colored, cut out (with an e-acto) , traced on foam, cut out again, then the layers, and finally everything is fixed to the back board. It’s super fun (I know I’m sick).
You can commission these from me as soon as I figure out how much to charge. 🙂
I want to make sure to give credit to my husband for this idea. He is always coming up with more work… I mean awesome ideas for me to try out and this was is pretty awesome.
So I drew this piece a while ago but now I’ve broken it down to it components, drawn each one, mounted it to acid free foam board, and mounted it all to one board.
It looks like 3D art is something I have to make at home and mail out. Lots of supplies needed to compose one piece.