BACKWARDS WORKFLOW FOR PRINTING JEWELRY Presentation by Tomas Wittelsbach at Zbrush Summit 2016
Watch BACKWARDS WORKFLOW FOR PRINTING JEWELRY Presentation by Tomas Wittelsbach at Zbrush Summit 2016.
After a distinguished career in Hollywood – where he worked for over a decade out of local 755 as a sculptor on films from Indian in the cupboard to Big Fish – Tomas Wittelsbach took his technical understanding of using form, motion, and tension to tell a story and began to create on a much smaller scale. In 2005, he launched his own line of jewelry, the House of Wittelsbach.
Hinged largely on traditional European iconography and translated with crypt-like skeletons resurrected from a dusty underworld, the House of Wittelsbach reimagined what fine jewelry could look like. Tomas created a one-of-a-kind collection called Ink Metal and designed William Henery Knives’ jewelry line. Today he is creating furniture, sculpture objects and more fine jewelry. Tomas personally designs each piece in the exquisite line of ornately detailed jewelry – all reflective of his dark, countercultural aesthetic.
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