Painting a Vermeer -- with incidental MeshCAM use

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Painting a Vermeer -- with incidental MeshCAM use

Postby tgdavies » Sat Jun 14, 2014 10:13 am

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Re: Painting a Vermeer -- with incidental MeshCAM use

Postby Randy » Sat Jun 14, 2014 7:07 pm

Wow, that is amazing. Thank you for that link! I saw the documentary on the big screen back in March. It was really a great piece of reverse-engineering, even if this was not Vermeer's literal technique. If the MeshCAM scene was included on-screen it went by too fast for me to notice. I guess I'll need to buy the Blu-Ray now! :)

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Re: Painting a Vermeer -- with incidental MeshCAM use

Postby robgrz » Thu Jun 19, 2014 6:14 am

I think I've got to get the DVD now too. Thanks for the link!

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Re: Painting a Vermeer -- with incidental MeshCAM use

Postby ArchieF » Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:22 pm

Ordered the DVD and will receive it in July.

Did some research about the tool Tim used to help drawing.

Stumbled across this :

http://neolucida.com/

Seems to be something similar. Ordered a small rectangular prism at ebay for about US $21 .

Gonna try to build my own camera lucida using this help :

http://neolucida.com/diy/

Very interesting and amazing !

Thanks for the link !

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