Blender 3D experiments

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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by majid » Sat Dec 04, 2021 8:50 pm

During WWII thousands of Polish settled in Iran.
Despite all difficulties, Iranians openly received the Polish refugees, and the Iranian government facilitated their entry to the country and supplied them with provisions. Polish schools, cultural and educational organizations, shops, bakeries, businesses, and press were established to make the Poles feel more at home.
While most signs of Polish life in Iran have faded, a few have remained.
One of those signs is «Polish chair» or «Sandali lahestani» as called in Farsi. It is now part of Iranian life and culture.
The following chair design is to revive the memory of this cultural incident.

The structure resembles a sort of «script» that represents the beauty of art and the chaotic nature of war.
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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by Fletch » Mon Dec 06, 2021 10:14 am

Great model! Stunning object of beauty :^: :hat:

Great story too! :hug:

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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by majid » Mon Dec 06, 2021 1:41 pm

Thank you, Fletch. A sad story but beneficial for both sides.
You may read more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evacuatio ... rld_War_II
There is a similar history about the Iranian Armenian Christians: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_Armenians
They have played a long constructive role in Isfahan (my city) history. I work closely with the Ministry of cultural heritage recently, and we have registered, conserved, and restored many Armenian churches. Despite some minor radical behaviors, the situation is alleviating slightly.
I myself am influenced by two great watercolor Armenian masters who lived in Isfahan: Sombat Der Kiureghian and Yervand Nahapetian:
http://www.artnet.com/artists/yervand-nahapetian/
https://www.sumbat.com/index2.html
Relationships will fade the xenophobia hopefully...
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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by Mike1158 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 10:28 pm

Mate,. they are fine artists and I think I see a hint of their style in your work.

Thanks for the links, very inspiring. :^: :hat:

I used to do/use composites of chalk/charcoal/pencil to do portraits and landscapes. Many years ago I won a scholarship to the Chelsea college of art. The course failed after scholarships were closed and I ended up joining the Army and the rest is mistory.

mistory, the mists of history/memory. In my case anyway.

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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by majid » Mon Jan 17, 2022 4:36 am

Mike, you are absolutely right! When I was a child I used to stay right in front of these masters' paintings that were hung on the gallery walls; sometimes for several hours, I used to sink in the wonderful world of the colors and forms... Just imagine they used to paint on-location without taking photos... And after decades I am still influenced by thier style.
I hope you could find some spare time to do what you love, and let me know If I may help, please.

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Re: Blender 3D experiments

Post by Mike1158 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 3:07 pm

Thanks, Majid. Sorry I was so slow. :hat:

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