by Peter Rasmussen

Cubic Tragedy

Posted by Peter Rasmussen on March 22, 2007

Cubic Tragedy 

Apparently caricature work so well because it is close to the way our brains handle faces.

This is a charming and funny little 3D animation that’s guaranteed to raise a smile.
Cubic Tragedy:
It’s won a few awards. It’s striking how engaging a face made of such simple elements can be.

I tried to find some appropriate info to go with this animation, on how the brain uses caricature. There’s tons of it. It’s pretty heavy duty. I stumbled over a yet more interesting angle that includes the caricature effect.

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