May's new work is a delicate earring item inspired by tiny plants.
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Here's to introduce our new work that is 3D printed in semi-full color, made possible with the help of the latest 3D printing technology by DMM.make.
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In this post, we hope to share with you the making process of our Metaball pendant.
All the original creations of Monocircus are produced in a process that begins with idea sketches drawn on paper by Kazu and Shing, which are then 3 dimensionally modelled on computer.
The actual fabrication processes are done in mainly two ways. Designs that are not too complicated or elaborate are fabricated with our own 3D printing machine, while the more complex and intricate designs we come up with are fabricated by highly advanced 3D printing techniques at a 3D printing specialized company.
In this newspost, we hope to share with you more about the little 3D printing machine we own.
The first step is translating our drawn idea into a 3 dimensional model on computer.
Sometimes sketched ideas are translated directly into 3 dimensional model data,
but a lot of times, we realize it is through verbal language used to describe the idea that concretize the idea into a formalized
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Please allow us to introduce to you our latest original creations developed
from our generative jewelry design project CIRCOSIS.
As mentioned in our previous newsposts features about the project,
we have produced a whole series of uniquely different ring designs from a single design process.
The whole series has 36 unique designs types, which like flowers of the same species,
each has a different characteristic yet look similar in some ways or another,
Which of these could be the ideal ring design for you?
Click on the picture above to see more of the various designs.
The rings of Project CIRCOSIS are made to order.
It takes about
This is the Second Volume of Newspost about Monocircus' latest project for generative jewelry design, CIRCOSIS.
In this volume, we created a youtube video to share with you our design process for this project.
As shown on the right side of the video, through the process of changing the variables in the design flow chart
which has been created by a graphical algorithm editor,
the spherical form of the ring design gradually transforms to become a Circus ring.
Just as plants and animals in nature, and man as well, are uniquely different from one another,
the concept for this project is to achieve a one of its kind item that belongs to a family or species called the CIRCOSIS.
Right now, we have created 36 different varieties of CIRCOSIS ring.
You will be able to see all these 36 varieties in the image