Eskimo Square is all about creating beautiful imagery. In this self initiated series we question 3D rendering as an art form. Can 3D software be used to create art?
When light is shone through a refractive medium like glass it splits into different colours. The effect is called dispersion and it can be recreated by using sophisticated 3D rendering software.
In this experimental piece we capitalise on the physical properties of light with stunning results. The subject, a coloured glass prism with gradients of colour, disperses the light shining upon it. The disbursed, fractured light then shines into the shadow areas. The final pieces are a celebration of colour and light, and a testament to the technology of modern rendering software.