Sunday, October 5, 2014

Digital Transfers in 3D Spaces

This video tutorial takes a look at my process using Transferiez on 3D surfaces. Depicted in the video are transfers onto steel sculpture. The steel used is 20 gauge cut into freestyle shapes with a plasma cutter, formed by using a vice and other metal techniques. Joined by rivets. This tutorial is not about forming the metals but about applying transfers to the surfaces. This technique is possible to use on many 3D Surfaces, not just metal.

The sculpture used in the video is at the early stage of being constructed. Once all the surfaces have been finished other 3D elements and wires will be added.

To purchase this tutorial for $9.95 click here.

These are photos of the works in progress from this video workshop.

Material for the base of the sculpture is 20 gauge steel. Digital Transfers with Gilders Paste in areas make up the color and image portion. 
Some digital transfers on aluminum have been added to the surfaces in places.

To be added are more transfers and other elements and wire configurations. When they are finished, the final images will be posted here.