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Thread: Step by Step of an Escher Painting (AR3)

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    Step by Step of an Escher Painting (AR3)

    Hi,
    hope you'll enjoy my tutorial.
    If you don't know what an Escher painting is look first to the following links:

    Some interesting works:
    http://www.mcescher.com/Gallery/gallery-switz.htm

    Tessellations - Escher and how to make your own
    http://www.tessellations.org/index.htm

    Totally Tessellated: M. C. Escher
    http://library.thinkquest.org/16661/escher.html

    Don't worry i'll start with an easy one


    The first step is: Download this stencil and import it in AR3.
    How? All answers you'll find below

    The stencil:


    Now Step Number 1:


    Step Number 2:


    Step Number 3:


    Step Number 4:


    Step Number 5:


    Step Number 6:


    Step Number 7:


    Step Number 8:


    And the final work. I added a background and yellow outlines:



    Here is another Escher like work from me:
    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ghlight=escher

    Now I'm very curious what you'll create
    Believe me, there are nearly infinite ways to paint...

    Have fun
    Stimpy
    Last edited by Stimpy; 01-11-2010 at 02:35 PM.

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    OMG-That is so cool! Your patience and care with this is great to see. Thanks for taking the time to teach.
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    Neat technique and tutorial! Thanks for posting this
    Dave
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    Ambient Design

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    Thanks for your kind words Fashmir and Dave
    It was fun for me to make Eschers without using scissor and paper

    Have fun
    Stimpy

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    Thank you very much what a great job you did.

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    Terrific on very level - conceptually fantastic, methodical in execution, and beautiful results. The tutorial is excellent. Thank you for being so thorough. GREAT JOB for a GREAT IDEA.
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