When we began working with Scott Franks, a 26 year old designer based in the UK, he was interested in getting some low poly art created for his website.
What ultimately resulted was this landscape by Mourphine (in a modified version of her Simple Character Illustrations) that combines the trending style with her unique painterly style. We love the texture the piece has- it almost gives off the impression that it is comprised of paper cutouts.
Backstory on Scott Franks and the Low Poly Mountainside
ArtCorgi (AC): What got you in to 3D printing?
Scott Franks (SF): I did my degree at University in Computer Aided Design – Technology, and I have always been fascinated by all aspects of 3D design, as soon as I heard about 3D Printing and the possibilities it brings, I was hooked!
AC: What are your specialities within the 3D printing world?
SF: What The Pursuit offers which is unique is that we offer a bespoke service, turning anyone’s idea into a one off piece of 3D art. Anything from favourite quotes to the names of your loved ones. We also give our customers a digital pack, which consist s of photo realistic renders to be used as wallpapers for their smart devices (another passion of mine!)
AC: What lead you to choose a low poly inspired mountainside painting for your commission?
SF: I’ve always loved the style of low poly pieces, and combining this with Mourphines style of painting has resulted in a fantastic end result which is simple but at the same time very striking. The moonlit mountain scene is very calming and the colours used compliment this greatly. It serves as a compelling front page image for the website!