Julien Renvoye is a product designer at Mixpanel and he's also a freelance focusing on iOS Design, Web Design and UX currently located in San Francisco, California.
I mentioned before that one of my goals for 2010 is to practice and learn more about 3D, especially Cinema 4D and the new 3D features in Photoshop CS4 and the new CS5 that is right around the corner. Then last week, when I was preparing the Daily Inspiration, I discovered the work of Jeff Osborne, a digital artist from London who creates some amazing 3D typography works.
Jeff uses Cinema 4D and Photoshop for most of his compositions. I love the illumination that he uses, especially the "Let there be light" work. Also the "Wrong" and "Wrong 2" are quite impressive because of the open criticism to our society allowing children to live in poverty.
For more information visit Jeff's Behance profile. You will find other works that are not necessarily 3D typography.
Created for a children's charity, Composition created used Cinema 4D and Photoshop
Created for a Children's Charity using Cinema 4D and composited in Photoshop.
A little test to see what the new Advanced renderer can do in Cinema 4D R11