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Sep 18, 2010 | 6:07 PM EDT
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Tridimensional Theatre by Spysociety
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This is a 3D-looking art piece that I did representing geometrical figures in a three-dimensional plane. If you see, the stage curtains are opening, but don't have any public, who would be the public?
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Hope you like it!
Enjoy mathematics in art.
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vogxhamraksvogxhamraks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good

haha this is pretty good ur improving in art although u have programming to do too


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MCarsten responds:

Haha thanks! Glad you liked.


CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Shame you cut your name

There seems to be a slight error with the perspective here - As you're pretty much straight on to the cube, I personally believe that the sides should be a little thinner, allowing for the pyramid to be left as it is. If it's a theatre, perhaps you need to have the lights in front of the "performers" and therefore the shadows reflecting behind them? This could be 2 or 3 faint shadows, surrounding the main one, as a gang of spots would be brilliant.

It's a nice picture, but with one or two small pieces that I wasn't overly impressed with, I feel that there's still something else ready to be given here.

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MCarsten responds:

Haha, about my name cut, I just don't care at all, it was just the cut system from NG that don't take all the image.

"There seems to be a slight error with the perspective here - As you're pretty much straight on to the cube, I personally believe that the sides should be a little thinner, allowing for the pyramid to be left as it is. If it's a theatre, perhaps you need to have the lights in front of the "performers" and therefore the shadows reflecting behind them? This could be 2 or 3 faint shadows, surrounding the main one, as a gang of spots would be brilliant."

About the perspective from the cube, if you mean the blue-radial cube, maybe you be correct, the perspective should be better where the sides should be a slightly thiner from this, thanks for the great advice! About the lights, well, in this case, I did something like just a sun on the background but for more lights on the stage could be more realistic from these shadows, they don't look "true" with these long shades with a light in that part, again thanks for the advice!

"It's a nice picture, but with one or two small pieces that I wasn't overly impressed with, I feel that there's still something else ready to be given here."

Do you mean more figures on the stage? Yeah, just look at the reply I did to sixflab, this was because I didn't want to put other figures over the others, so the depth/arrangement would close the view to the others and as I liked it...

Thanks again for the nice review.
Respectfully,
SpyS.


sixflabsixflab

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice showing

-Very interesting that you would have this on display in a theatre. Not many people would find geometric figures entertaining enough to look at in class for free so paying to watch them in action wouldn't make much sense. Maybe there are a few oddballs out there who like this sort of thing though :p

-Nice use of the primary colors. You did include green too but i'm guessing there needed to be more color variety in this to make it more interesting. Nice shading and textures. Really helps show the illumination from the back of the picture and the lights on the figures on stage.

-For some reason the curtains and the shapes seem a bit fuzzy. Not sure if this is related somehow to the lighting or that it's done that way to show depth. Either way it still takes away from the quality of the piece as a whole.

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MCarsten responds:

First of all, thanks for your review! ^^

"-Very interesting that you would have this on display in a theatre. Not many people would find geometric figures entertaining enough to look at in class for free so paying to watch them in action wouldn't make much sense. Maybe there are a few oddballs out there who like this sort of thing though :p"

Well, this would be more an interpretation, not exactly a theatre which would you have to pay to see, I mean, the stage seems like a theatre, and you can see the magic mapped stage with lines, like from puppets, but doesn't have any public on it, there is the mention, it is not a theatre, so: "who is the public?", "nobody."

"-Nice use of the primary colors. You did include green too but i'm guessing there needed to be more color variety in this to make it more interesting. Nice shading and textures. Really helps show the illumination from the back of the picture and the lights on the figures on stage."

Thanks for like my shading and colors in my tridimensional plan, about the variety of colors, yes I thought in this too by doing more geometrical figures, the only things, is that these ones will be in the front of these, and I liked how I did them, so I didn't liked to hide them over another figure.

"-For some reason the curtains and the shapes seem a bit fuzzy. Not sure if this is related somehow to the lighting or that it's done that way to show depth. Either way it still takes away from the quality of the piece as a whole."

To be honest, I don't understand what you found wrong with the curtains and background light, I just didn't found what do you mean.

Thanks again for the awesome review!
Respectfully,
SpyS.