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Óscar S. Cesteros (oscesteros)

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by Óscar S. Cesteros
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Wayne Edson Bryan commented on March 1, 2012 4:18am
Very cool, Óscar!
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 1, 2012 4:21am
thanks Wayne! this is a different series in the execution, and opposite, probably.
Geoffrey Agrons commented on March 1, 2012 6:00am
Fascinating. I'm left with the sense that this object has never existed before, despite being composed of familiar earthly geometric bits.
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 1, 2012 1:34pm
In the beginning, this was a jewel design project of the nineties...but, I liked more the drawings (than the prototipes). I started to work with 3D, but finally, I used handmade drawings. It was easier to use computer, but, AUTOCAD had a very awfull render pluging :-( This series started with these drawings.
Angelo Cerantola commented on March 1, 2012 3:07pm
I sense a mixture of Egyptian/Celtic/Alien aesthetic to this piece, and I think it looks wonderful as it is, hand-drawn, rather than cold 3D rendered.
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 2, 2012 12:19am
I agree with you. Probably alien aesthetic :-)
Heather Goodwind commented on March 2, 2012 12:56pm
A ring that has lost it's "stone" - with the realization that it's even more lovely without it. I love the fact that it started as a plan but became something in and of itself.
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 3, 2012 2:23pm
This morning I looked for the original project, and this piece was a bracelet, but, I think that could be a ring, too. The circle represented a point, ... the origin of Madrid city in 'La Puerta del Sol' (the results were very abstract), the line is 'Mayor' street. I didn't remember nothing , but it was this way. The other pieces had more lines which represented other streets, like 'Alcalá' street, 'Preciados' street, etc. But, it doesn't matter, because the other drawings of this series are different. Thanks Heather for your interest, the stone could be a good solution too!
Hugo Barros commented on March 13, 2012 5:46am
Nice work Óscar
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 13, 2012 9:20am
thanks Hugo, I'm glad that you like it!
Dario Olibet commented on March 14, 2012 1:26pm
Sweet !
Óscar S. Cesteros commented on March 16, 2012 5:26am
thanks Dario !
pixel404 commented on May 15, 2013 11:56am
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