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This Is What The Child Of 3D Printing And Cinema 4D Looks Like

See the dark-cloaked new work from enigmatic animator and typographer Mount&Star.

by Emerson Rosenthal
Mar 3 2014, 10:30pm

Similar to when your two single friends (who you've been trying to set up forever) finally meet, it's been a classic case of "love at first sight" since we found this gorgeous marriage of 3D printing to Cinema 4D

The video series, uploaded in the past day by the enigmatic, Fukuoka, Japan-based 3D artist & illustrator, shows two bull statues being built and then deconstructed in various ways which mimic the mesmerizing manufacturing processes of today's best 3D printers

While we dig through the internet to find any machine that even comes close to producing this level quality of sculpture, check out Mount&Star's killer new series below. Until then, Cinema 4D yields concept designs for the kind of 3D-printed art we've been dreaming of for a while.

From the computer animation series, Printing (2014)

Check out more from Mount&Star via Behance, and on the Mount&Star tumblr