Last week we dealt with projects that included 3D elements. Each student was to prepare 3D structures and integrate into their field, so in my case photography. My 3D construction was straightforward, a residential tower made of grey paper. I knew simplicity could be the best solution because in modern photography I can use a variety of applications that will give an incredible final effect. Therefore, it was essential to make a good photograph of the 3D model, which will show qualities of this element. When photography was done, I could play with the project. I was very pleased with my work. I decided on a modern touch in the photos.
All people who know me, know that I love the Canary Islands. In my additional artistic project, about the 3D theme, I presented the majestic profile of the Tenerife’s capital – the auditorium. The auditorium has become an architectural symbol of the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the island of Tenerife and the Canary Islands. It is also regarded as the finest modern building in the Canary Islands and one of the most emblematic buildings of Spanish architecture.
First I painted the auditorium with paint, then scanned the painting to the computer. At first glance, you will not notice the difference, but after computer-based editing, I’ve compiled pictures of my stay in Tenerife on a microscopic scale. And these small images create the whole picture. You need to enlarge the image to see this technique. Check yourself.