Everyone is awesome, and I am so proud to be part of this community. You have been posting amazing work with some frankly ridiculous restraints. Every new prompt releases a wave of incredible art and I am so pleased and surprised at the direction that they take.
Some of the delightful surprises include:
- clever use of cubes, where 1 cube can serve as 2 parts of an image
- clever use of intersections, creating interesting and unexpected shapes
- For the “High tech” prompt, almost everything was either vintage or ancient. I got a good chuckle out those.
- I don’t know if I dropped too much of a brain seed with the sample image for historical photos, but 3 different people came up with 3 very different takes on the Tank Man of Tiananmen square. I love this. This is such an important piece of history and I am so pleased that many other people hold it in an esteemed place in their memory. Art is an amazing way to preserve the memory of such bravery in the face of impossible odds
Unsurprisingly, you all made some amazing art. I want to highlight a selection of the submissions that caught my eye. There were way too many incredible pieces to feature them all. If you haven’t yet, scroll through the #10-cubes-challenge-2022 category to see all of the amazing submissions. (keep in mind, there are multiple submissions in some of the posts, so make sure to peek into the topics to catch 'em all)
*the lighting and storytelling in this image are wonderful.
A+ memery right here. I love it.
With constraints on the number of cubes, a gentle curve feels so luxurious.
I’m a sucker for classic film cameras and this one is just right.
Sushi lends itself well to this format, with recognizable pieces that can be simply represented, as seen here:
Without being able to make round shapes, capturing the essence of an organic object is a much more subtle art - this bell pepper totally feels like a bell pepper
This one gets special recognition for using true cubes, rather than cuboids. also the brow ridge is spot on.
Some simple shaders and careful use of environmental lighting can create a very compelling image.
High tech indeed, I appreciate the long view on history here. Also, my mother in law is a hand spinner, so I am familiar with this tech.
Clever use of hidden cubes to keep the cube quota.
An iconic image, executed perfectly.
The execution of the flag and the angles of the soldiers are quite striking. I could see this as a memorial sculpture with stone blocks.
Again, there are many many more fantastic pieces, and you should really check them all out.
Keep them coming, everyone! I hope to see many more submissions for the last few prompts…