Last entry, I mentioned that I once contemplated building a Linka model of M. C. Escher’s Relativity. I never actually did that, but I did put together a neat study model of the scene, out of folded graph paper (and a bit of cardboard for support). I’ve posted a picture of it on my sculptures page:
If you’re modeling this scene yourself, this picture could be a useful reference. It’s pretty accurate, though perhaps not exact. (There’s room for disagreement on some staircase widths, for instance.)
Greetings and welcome! I’m Dan Efran, and this is my blog.
I resisted for a long time, but let’s face it: I want to make my opinions available to the world, along with hyperlinks to cool stuff I see online.
That spells BLOG, and since this narcissistic practice is actually fashionable, I might as well get started!
I’ll be writing about anything I feel like writing about, but you can expect to see a lot about “hobbycraft”, or people building cool stuff for fun.
I’ll start off, predictably, with a link to my own gallery of cool stuff: toyware (software toys) and games, LEGO sculptures, digital art, and more.