We’ve always been intrigued by the way some artists make use of haptic devices and CAD software to create. Actually.. one of the first articles published here on 3dprinting.com was about Farah Bandookwala’s 3d printed art.
At the 3D Printshow in London we had the pleasure to meet Elizabeth Armour, a talented maker/designer who also uses a haptic device and CAD software for making her jewellery.
Elizabeth completed her Honours Degree in Jewellery and Metal last May at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee University Scotland. She is an award winning artist and contemporary jeweller having won the F&A Bradhsaw Award, which is presented to a final year student in her department.
In this video she explains where she gets her inspiration from and how 3d modeling/printing is helping her to visualize her ideas.