Because I’m dead tired of cubes (and i’m sure you are too) lets all just stick them in the end. Sigh, you know its a bad sign when I’m tired of my own photo projects. At least I have a new goal in mind: no more inanimate objects. Have any suggestions for a possible pseudo (or real) photo series to do next? (if I ever have time…crossing my fingers for summer break)
Hope you’re not getting too bored of cubes yet…though I know they can be a tad repetitive. How about a different kind of perspective?
I’m doing my best in trying to convey human emotions from inanimate objects…but perhaps still life can only go so far (especially when you want to create drama for a wooden cube)
Here’s day 2 of my new project. You’ll be seeing this cube guy for a few more days, so better get acquainted soon enough. I already see a personality developing -better come up with a name for this guy soon enough. Ideas? Mr. Qube perhaps?
Dear visitors, I finally bring you something new: cubes. Betcha’ never saw that one coming, eh? And DAILY cubes. Now that’s just crazy! Fear not, it is the truth, and understand you will be receiving daily updates from my blog every day for 10 days!
I’m currently taking a sculpture class and it’s the first time I’ve worked with wood. But of course, I’m going to be more interested in using my wooden sculptures for photography. So yes…making a boring geometric shape into something spilling over with sappy artistry will be my new focus.
Enjoy! And I do hope I am able to change the way you perceive wooden cubes. And geometry. And math. And the world in general. That’s my life mission goal. (: