Step on to the factory floor of Noah Camp’s “Donut Depot” and see how he assembled his delicious #ConceptDo design.
When approached by #ConceptD to create a piece on the #ConceptD7, I used it as an opportunity to experiment and stretch my creative muscles.
In order to get to my final #ConceptDo design I went through my usual process. I am inspired by everyday life, from the smallest moments to the big events. I will also draw upon numerous courses and tutorials I have learned from over the years. …
3D Artist Catelloo invites us to meditate on his #ConceptDo creative process when making his most recent animation ‘Donate’.
For inspiration, I like to lay in bed and listen to music and see what comes to mind. This is exactly what I did this time. I found myself listening to Brian Eno’s ‘Music Space’, and pretty quickly images began to form in my mind as to what I could do.
Subframe Studio — the Visual Art and Motion Design collective discuss how they created their most recent ConceptDo piece ‘D-Compression’, with Creative Director Mikhail Sedov and Technical Director Vasily Filileev sharing how ‘dynamics solver’ was implemented to get their project just right:
When we were approached to be the latest studio to create a #ConceptDo D-Doodle — we immediately began looking around ourselves for inspiration as to what we could create.
Fortunately, ConceptD gives creative freedom, with no limitations so we were able to create what we wanted. For inspiration, as often is the case, we explored our surroundings. The…
Thomas Arpadi Talks us Through the Thinking Behind His ConceptDo Piece.
When approached by ConceptD to create a #ConceptDo D-doodle, the first thing that came to my mind was the title for my piece.
I wanted to call it ‘Delicate’. This word immediately gave me ideas for creation. Not only is it a way to describe a countless art piece, but it also goes some way to describing the creative process for me, summing up the precision and fine-tuning which goes into a work, and the balance a creator tries to achieve by doing just the right amount of work.
The Formula Behind George Stoyanov’s #ConceptDo Piece ‘Divide’
This was not my first time creating a D-Doodle for ConceptD’s ongoing #ConceptDo feature, in which they invite a 3D artist to render something related to the letter D, so I knew roughly where I wanted to take my project this time as soon as I was approached to work on the ConceptD 7 Laptop.
For our most recent #ConceptDo video, titled ‘Dribble’, we wanted to explore fluidity — to create a piece where the flow and movement of liquid propels the narrative and provides a backdrop and theme to the action.
To get to this point, we looked at our surroundings for inspiration. The organic world provides infinite possibilities to video artists, and for this project it taught us everything we needed to know about the physics of liquid — how it behaves and reacts. Our video set about trying to tame this most powerful element in some way.
The overall theme of the…
This is the second time I have taken on a #ConceptDo project, so from the moment I was approached I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the project.
Like my first piece, which was titled ‘Device’, I wanted ‘Divine’ to focus on smooth, futuristic technologies in a clinical sci-fi mode. For both pieces, I took as inspiration ConceptD’s own back-catalogue of creator devices; its trademark black on white color schemes, the rounded corners, and smooth textures.
As soon as ConceptD contacted me to be the next creator in their #ConceptDo D-doodle series, I began looking for ideas as to what I would do.
The natural world and architecture are constant sources of inspiration to me. I often spend my time observing my surrounding environment to see which shapes and compositions I can turn into art.
Along with this, I wanted to experiment with how you can add a foreign object into a surrealistic scene and still make it look natural, as if it belongs there. This is where the idea for constructing a ‘D’ out of…
When ConceptD contacted me to be the next artist to take on their #ConceptDo D-Doodle challenge, I was sure of what I wanted to create.
For a long time now, I have wanted to make a sort of visual representation of the ASMR movement using digital tools and 3D software — so this was the avenue I decided to take my D-doodle down.
Usually, I get my inspiration for creativity from Instagram or Twitter for things related to design. I have also, in the past, found a lot of inspiration from other things, like video games or movies. For this…
A Merry Dance Through the Steps Behind Jeremy Booth’s ‘Detourné’ D-Doodle
As the most recent artist to take on the ConceptD D-Doodle mantel, I decided I really wanted to do something special for my piece which would reflect the moveable feast offered by the ConceptD 3 Ezel laptop and its movable display.
This idea of motion — the laptop screen moving and then fixing in position within a creative act — brought to mind a kind of ballet. Rising, falling — the idea of suspension within all this — played a huge part in my creative process.
I knew I…