Copper Wire "Bow-Tie Figaro" RoseYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
An example from recent study of 3D modeling, attempting to recreate a more natural, hand-formed feel to digitally generated models.
Models generated in 3D, especially parametrics, are often too mathematiacally perfect. This precision often results in uncanny valley effect, when a regular customer may be put off renders of jewellery because of their unnatural perfection.
This model tries to marry the both worlds - after forming the base geometry, the control points have been adjusted manually to achieve the desired shape and slightly deformed feel, with imperfect angles and non-uniform loops.
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