"The history of the art object "Cranes"

Today I want to share the inner kitchen of the creation of the art object "Cranes". The project is notable for the fact that in order to achieve the result, I launched a synthesis of modern digital technologies and traditional analog, manual ones.

When an application came to me to recreate a copy of the work of a Japanese author in the technique of relief, I unwittingly fell for the slight deceptiveness of the drawing. Initially, it was assumed that the waves would be performed using combs, but when I immersed myself in the work, I felt that there was no plastic at all. In the search for ideal waves, we made about 8 samples before we found a solution that led us to the desired result. "Cranes" is a confirmation of the perseverance of my team, its professionalism, and its desire to bring any work to an ideal.

To convey the style of the Japanese master, we decided to combine CNC cutting and manual finishing. With the help of the machine, I got the geometry necessary for the panel, and the plastic of the wave, when it goes somewhere into a positive or negative angle, was already adjusted manually. So with an externally verified geometry, it is clear that a human hand can be traced in the waves.

Before cutting the layout, I came up with the idea to take calligraphic strokes from brushes by a Japanese author and thoroughly draw them manually on a computer. It was technological difficulties that served as the start for the search for new solutions, and a refined panel was born from a drawing made several centuries ago."

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