LO5: 3D Computer Graphics

I really admire the work by artist and designer Jon Noorlander. He explored 3D
generative forms in a beautifully fantastical and fun way. One specific example of his work was his piece entitled “Slime.” The piece itself is simply a looping aninimation of two balls of pink slime mushing and pulling across the canvas. However, it is very satisfying to watch, and is simply a fun animation. Noorlander engages bold, strong colors to create pieces that are engaging and exciting to watch and discover. While I’m not sure exactly, I imagine that the piece was rendered in Cinema 4D similar program to achieve the surface texture and reflections.

Slime. – Jon Noorlander | Design & Direction

Jon Noorlander – “Slime”

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