As an artist who works three dimensions and often designs in CAD (Computer Aided Design), I was immediately fascinated by the opportunities afforded by 3D printing.
This new technology offers much promise for creating not only original art, such as my 5-1/2-foot-tall sculpture Epic Swoon, but also maquettes, or small models, to show patrons for commissions.
This article will tell you more about how I got involved in 3D printing and how it influences my artistic practice.
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Sculptor Kevin Caron’s large format 3D printed fine art sculptures require some special care when photographing them.
Artist Kevin Caron investigates lighting his 3D-printed sculptures
Busy holiday season provides ample opportunity for people to check out artist Kevin Caron’s new deconstructed “cubist” 3D-printed sculpture ….
Since my last post I’ve gotten this much printed: Yes, nothing. Nothing except frustration and fails. After many days and hours of troubleshooting – Steve Graber was here so many […]
Wouldn’t you like to see that headline in your newspaper or favorite news Website? It’d be at the top of mine, because that’s just what happened recently with my 8-foot-tall Cerberus […]
Now that I’ve stumbled into this amazing new look with 3D printing I’m playing with the nuances. Some I can control – the color and type of filament (type only […]
Artist Kevin Caron shows how he added light to his 3D printers.
Artist Kevin Caron has discovered a new appearance for his 3D printed sculptures ….
If you buy a 3D printer “off the shelf,” say a MakerBot or Lulzbot, you get what you got. Of course, based on the number of units sold of these […]