Exocubic Studio

Bathroom Rainbow

A true harbinger of spring: the return of Bathroom Rainbows!

Ew.

BookMobile

(This is an Instagram post, I’m just testing how editing works)

Tangled

Watching the juncos. . . . .

#catsofinstagram #oops_I_missed #caturday #blackandwhite #reflection #homepod

Think it'll snow?

More proposal imagery. Sneak peek!

Been working on proposal designs. One of three so far.

#topsecret #yeahright

Visited Mark Aeling's Acumen piece today. Nice job to everyone involved!  EDIT: fixed the spelling of Mark's name.

Transfigure.

Putting hours in on public art proposals. Have a shot of this old guy: stainless steel with blue powder coat.

#tbt

Fire tools in their storage garage.

#functionalart #metalart #nojunk #handmade #megtalfabrication #maker #chimentea #chiminea #fireplace #to firefeature #firebowl #patio #dwell #dezeen #archdaily #architizer #rdesignboom #architecturaldigest #artfulhome #luxuryoutdoor

“Meh" on the sculpture and metal stuff? Follow my new (deleted) account for more 2d digital artworks. Check it out!

CinderCone being colorful and a bit blurry. What do expect on a Friday?

WAY back to my first major public art project: Tsunami for the city of Cerritos, CA.

#tbt #throwbackthursday

Using this one for my lock screen. Ever have one of those days when not a f*cking thing goes right? Pick up my phone and see this, things get a hair better.

Red Planet. “Minimalist” version.

Red Planet.

 

 

#perseverance #gonasa #spaceart #mars

Snazzy shadows, the sequel.

shadow #shadowhunters #sunlight #yellow #sculpture

And then things get completely nuts. I dig it, but the design cohesion has completely shifted. It's like a demonstration of entropy in one triptych.

See? This one has a completely different feel; borderline? Borderline pokéball, I'd say.

Borderline. Raw output from @affinitybyserif #affinitydesigner. Sometimes, my process, with all the iteration and processing through different apps, doesn't really improve the original.

Snazzy shadows

Fixing up some bad geometry on this old horse head piece, “HorsePower.” Modeled it originally in SketchUp, and the lack of actual curves and arcs made the geometry a bit less than ideal. Cleaned it up in Rhino, mainly just for fun and practice.

“Favoring Seas."

FavSeas