Unfortunately, or, vice versa, it’s our lick, but we’re not going to see the city of the future. Huge buildings aimed at the sky, lots of small windows, flying spaceships. This is how Stefan Morrell imagines the city of the future. It’s in the best traditions of science fiction films and done in 3D. Just imagine how hard it was to paint it, and then finish in Photoshop, it was a titanic labour.
This is an interior project done in 3D by an author who works for an entire studio by himself. I just can’t understand whether the name Gyperon is for the person or for the studio. The project was created for the whole country house, that is for each space separately. I think the composition is great. Everything is in one style but it’s not boring. I really liked the idea of a mirror behind the couch, it looks like a passage.
There are a lot of myths around a mysterious creature Upyachka. He’s almost as popular as Yeti. But the artists of DiZbat studio are very gifted, so the see it often, and made a 3D draft of it. The monster with purple hair is Upyachka. My spirits got much higher after watching the gallery of 3D characters. Despite the seriousness that should go with this professionalism, the studio is very creative and is not afraid of creative solutions.
It so happened that in the works by Andre Kutscherauer objects from some materials are recreated: glass, metal and plastic. And they are recreated aesthetically. All the pictures are done in 3D, and you can see for yourself that Andre is a rather professional 3D designer (he worked with Siemens). And this Mr. Lamp has been on the covers of design magazines.
Today we’ll meet Philip Straub, a professional freelance CG-artist. His works are mainly commercial, but if your hobby becomes your job, that’s just the way it goes. But nevertheless, you can see Philip’s soul in all his works and in every corner of his fantasy worlds. Unique characters and architecture are not just made because it was necessary to make them. Probably this is why Philip’s ability to work creatively is so often awarded and he’s offered to work in the most interesting projects.
A tired lazy corkscrew, stubborn lamp and a dandellion from screws are not the result of my trip to Scotland. Those are just Утомленный вальяжный штопор, упорная лампочка photorealistic 3D models of different daily things that surround us and are represented by bytes and skillfully rendered on the computer by Andre Kutscherauer.
Historical 3D, if you could call those works like that. They tell about long-gone times – the beginning of 20th century, when one early June morning crowds of aliens occupied the Earth (the old England, to be exact) with a clear and concise goal – to destroy humanity. Of course, they didn’t suceed. Why – you either already know, or you should learn that without my hints. The only thing I can tell you – it worked out without Bruce Willice.
I have never seen such voluminous 3D graffiti before! It’s impressive, even though the quality of photos is not that great, but it doesn’t spoil the impression. I’ve searched for them all over the Internet, and I’m posting what I’ve managed to find. I really liked this, but I don’t know if you’ll like it too.
Violent Japanese pictures in the style of 3D graphics. If you are tender and fragile, you’d better watch the news below or above, but not this one! Japanese character as well as Japanese pictures have always been mysterious and attractive, but not these ones. I warn you – do not enter! No one should enter! If you do enter, get a paper bag.
Fred Bastide (Switzerland) impresses us with 3D graphics. Of course, he does this with the help of the almighty 3D Max and a little bit of Photoshop. I think you’ll really like the picture (no, it’s an icon) with Vladimir Putin I don’t think anybody has done him in 3D graphics before. It’s humorous, of course, but looks like him. Also Fred has some very funny creatures in his works, like snail-warriors and an alien at breakfast. Those are 3D as well.
Jose Rodríguez (the author himself) works in a company that majors in 3D design of offices, living spaces etc. All the works were made in 3D max, Maya, mental ray and Photoshop. The most amazing to me is that some of the pictures were made in a couple of hours. This, of course, is possible, but amazing.
Platinum Studio specializes in 3D advertising. The studio’s services were used by rather famous companies, such as Coca-Cola. The first two pictures are simply fantastic. I wish the services really had such interiors, as now the interiors are not inspiring at all.