Fiber Art, Pt. II

More fiber art inspiration!

This time, I’ve included some of my own stitched fibers on watercolor paintings, and there’s also a silk painting, a fabric staircase installation, woven textiles, some beaded feet/socks (?), and an embroidered leaf… Enjoy!

 

Find more inspiration here: http://pinterest.com/jennabdecker/fibers-textiles-embroidery/

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2 responses to “Fiber Art, Pt. II

  1. Mollie Cronin

    Hey Jenna! The beaded feet are a portion of Sarah Maloney’s “Skin,” 2011. Glass beads and thread Collection of the artist.

    I’m Sarah’s daughter. here is her webiste: https://www.smaloney.com/#/viii/

    Mollie Cronin

  2. Hello everyone! I’m rather new to 3d printing and I have many questions on the subject, so I hope you will not get mad at me for asking here at least couple of them. I think even before I’ll get seriously into modelling I should focus on the software itself, and that’s what I would like to ask you about. Mainly, should I look for the most simple software there is or would it be better to look for something more complex? I’m worried that I’ll get some undesirable habits while working on simpler software. Right now I am using some online software called SelfCAD (I didn’t have to download anything). I’ve read some good opinions about it, but maybe you could share yours as well? My second question is about the CAD software as well: should I search for software that will allow me design and slice it in it, or should I use a separate software for each? The one I’m suing allows me to do both i it. Does it even make a difference? Surprisingly, I couldn’t find the answer to that, as it seems like most sites want to focus on the very basics (like what is 3d printing and so on), and while the answers to those questions are fine, it seems like no one wants to go into the details (it looks like some of them even steal from each other! I swear I’ve found the same answers to the same questions on at least 3 different blogs) but I’m getting off-topic… The last question is about 3d pens. Would it be possible to somehow convert whatever I draw with a 3d pen to a 3d model in a CAD software? For example, if I’ll draw a car with 3d pen, would it be possible to get its design in a software? I’m not sure how that would even work, but the very idea sounds interesting to me. Anyway, I think I’ll stop here just in case no one will answer me and all of this writing will be for nothing. I apologise that I’m using your content to ask questions, but I hope you can relate and assist a newbie like me. Anyway, thank you for posting. I learned something from this and that’s always appreciated. Thank you, and I hope to hear back from you very soon :)

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