The project water doodles by design student Jeremy Edelblut is a collection of models created for fun. A lot of the models he created had something to do with water or the ocean so he named it water doodles. Jeremy’s water doodles are composed of colorful and realistic models.
When you work in low poly often the geometry itself will advise the design. I will often think of how is the simplest way of doing a thing and then do it that way. About the inspiration, well I love Lego and building with Lego. When I was younger I use to be very involved in the Lego community and I think quite a lot of the design and inspiration came from that side of things.
I feel like my overall style for everything I make lowpoly highpoly to sketch all has a sense of littleness to it. It’s like I want you to take a moment and look at this one tiny thing I have to show you.
I am very much inspired by Lego (a line of plastic construction toys that are manufactured by The Lego Group, a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. ) as said previously some of my favorite builders are Tim Zarki, and Adrian Florea. In the design community I love the work of Yum Yum Toys and also the work of my friend at school David Reese.
The best advice I can give is to make the stuff you want to see in the world, and always have an open mind to learning new things.
About Jeremy Edelblut
Jeremy Edelblut is a homeschooled kid from New Hampshire. Currently he is attending Ringling School of Art and Design and learning something new every day. See more of his works on Behance or his Tumblr.