I've never had the opportunity to work on a game design in my entire career and as I was recently browsing the work of some designers I now understand why I've not made the venture into that space.
Hands are the part of our body that best allows us to interact with the outside world, it is with our hands that we can act in a magnificent and magical way in our society. It is mainly with hands that humankind created art, and as Ben Harper once sang: "now I can change the world with my own two hand". This is what prompted the artist Francesco Schito to pay homage to this phrase by reworking this message in a cartoon key, because it is not essentially necessary to do big things but sometimes it is with small gestures that you can really make a difference.
This is the first in a series of photographs of everyday life that show how sometimes it takes very little to change the course of a day or a moment, be it arriving on time, sharing a meal or surprising someone.
This first series was also an opportunity for him to delve into a section of the 3D world that he had never explored before: modeling and rigging.
After many hours of experimenting and correcting errors using Cinema 4D and Redshift he created a model of hands which he then reused in the various scenes. At the moment he is already working on the second part of this nice series. For more information on his work, visit his Behance portfolio.