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some more 3D inspired artwork

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Hi all,

don't mind me, I'm in a creative spree at the moment :)

As soon as I picked up a canvas I wanted to do something with the frame itself. It always felt so limiting to present something 2D within that frame only, so the idea popped up on changing the frame itself, and let light become the painter/painting trough reliefs, crackles.

3D printing did inspire me to do such work, after experimenting with small and larger pla plates bending it into a 3D sculpture.

more variants can be found here: http://timguldentopsbe.webhosting.be/?portfolio=crackle

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