I love everything 3D. Back in the early 2000s I spent a fair amount of time trying to learn 3ds Max, then Cinema 4d. It was a good time but I couldn't stand the rendering times, especially to find out that my composition was bad in all senses, modeling, lighting, texture. That is not the case of the stunning work created by Cornelius Dämmrich titled 6088AD. What can I say about it, it's just perfect. Amazing mood, style and illumination.
We have to say that Nintendo is always trying to innovate or at least be different. They saw the shift of how people play games, more and more on mobile devices, and created the Nintendo Switch. The biggest question for me is, will that be enough to stop the smartphone game revolution? One of the biggest issues with mobile games is the controllers. Touch screen is not as accurate or intuitive as physical controllers. For multiple button games it gets tricky because you never know exactly where your fingers are, causing the user to miss firing the right button.
It's time for more great computer graphics artworks here at Abduzeedo! Today we're featuring the beautiful work of Dutch artist Rob Wildenburg. He comes up with super detailed artworks that are filled with amazing landscapes. These are so perfect that one might think it's actually photograph. He's got a good eye for scenes and creates very natural landscapes. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation! Cheers. ;)
It's amazing how some styles and trends come and go. I remember in the 80s and early 90s when digital arts and CGI were at their infancy and one of the common themes were these surrealistic environments with 3D representations of people, most of the time with metallic or chrome look. It was all about that and then it evolved to something less futuristic, more graphical and dirtier. Probably heavily inspired by the movie titles of S7VEN, if you can remember that.
It's awesome to see talented designers doing terrific artworks! Ricardo Rey, a Venezuelan designer, comes up with these super detailed 3d artworks. These are very well done and stylish! I love that he chooses to come up with abstract scenes. These are only a handful of his artworks. For many more 3d, computer graphics pieces, please visit his Instagram account! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
Guillaume Kurkdjian, a French designer, comes up with fascinating 3D animations. He's got a sweet style which gets you right on arrival and by the end you'll need more! These are the kind of animations that fit perfectly as decoration in a website, and I would love to have some of these in my next project! For more of Guillaume's work, please visit his Instagram account! He's got plenty more examples of his work there! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
We posted about Stuart Lippincott in the past but he keeps delivering some incredible images with his Everyday project. Stuart is creating a digital art every day in 2017 and he's been sharing monthly collections on his Behance profile. The images have a eerie mood bringing back some nostalgia feelings of the beginning of the digital era. People and futurist light sources or facing something mysterious ahead. The combination of people, 3D images and of course, glowing light is powerful.
Ryogo Toyoda is a Tokyo-based 3D illustrator and a motion designer and he has worked with many brands including Google, YouTube and more. His style is a mixture of illustration, digital art, CGI, graphic design and typography. Everything combines with a careful choice of vibrant colour palette. Coming from the center of the Earth in terms of anime and fantasy characters, it's no surprise that Ryogo is really good at his craft.
Nexus Studios' creator Jaime Álvarez Sobreviela, in partnership with film and design studio Le Cube and composer David Kamp, have created a 50’ animated film, ‘The Enlightenment of Cosmic Panda’ . The film tells the story of the Mr. Kat & Friends ‘Cosmic Panda’ character as his true nature is revealed.
Stuart Lippincott has been posting some incredible 3D rendering on his Behance profile. They are part of his everyday challenge and as the name suggest, he has been creating one illustration every day. I particular love the style and I can see that it's becoming more and more a trend. The surreal mood withe small people or just a small person facing a massive object, usually with strong light effects. It reminds me of the 80s, very abstract and sometimes stark, but with this futurist vibe.
It's just amazing to see 3D renders that look like real pictures. Estonian designer Artur Saljukov comes up with life-like computer graphics that will stun you! These are really unsettling renders... at times you don't really know if you're actually seeing a picture or a computer generated image. Of course, these are only a handful of Artur's work. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at CGSociety.
Starting off the week with this stunning magazine that is a spread for the Kiplinger Magazine located in Washington, DC. Designed by Pakistan-based Omar Aqil, he used a combination of Phoshop, Illustration and Cinema 4D. The result as you can imagine is right down colourful and you can't help to appreciate all the details. Make sure to give him some love on Instagram.
Noelia Lozano is a Madrid-based graphic designer and art director that specializes her work into paper craft, CGI and 3D. For her latest project, she had to put those skills in action to create a set design for Adobe at the prestigious 2017 OFFF edition. In collaboration (Art Direction) with DR Digital Agency, it must have been quite an honour to be able to create something that would have been seen by more than 4000 attendees. You should definitely check out the full project as well on her Behance.
Mixing both 3D Illustration, Typography, and design, let's take a look at the 2016 Salary Guide of Harnham. A guide that revealed the positive trends in the UK for Analytics and Data professionals and a distinctly candidate driven market. Designed by Craig Minchington and Radim Malinic, they both combined their skills into a composition of 3D, CGI, typography and a vibrant colour palette. Personally knowing both of their styles, the final result is a delightful mixture of a well-defined conceptual layout, props for their work.
Let's kick it off with 3D rendering from the mighty folks from RoomCR6 with their series entitled: Suprematism & Constructivism. Based on their fascination with Russian Art, they have been playing with Cinema4D and Arnold Render to bring the Suprematism Art movement from 1915 back to our modern time but by keeping its fundamental roots with circles, squares, lines, rectangles, and with a specific colour palette.
Take a couple of minutes now to enter the mesmerizing low poly world of Polish artist Mat Szulik. He's got a great vision for building beautiful scenarios, from sketch to final computer graphics art! These are pretty awesome, but if you want to see more of his work, please visit his portfolio at Behance! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
We have posted about the amazing 3D rendering work of Mike Winkelmann, also known as Beeple. It' never to much to share his work especially if you are not following him on Twitter or Instagram. He posts daily 3D rendering graphics full of style. What I love the most, you might have guessed, is the 80s feeling of the pieces, including the abduction subject that was the main theme of this blog for a long time. We selected some super stylish images for you to start your week inspired.
Impossible interior is a 3D and graphic design project created and shared by Anton Egorov on his Behance profile. It's amazing to see how designers and artists can express themselves in super creative ways, especially when having the right tools to do so. This project is a great example. Anton used the Penrose triangle, a geometric form that seems impossible due to the way our brain parses the information. He applied that to a imaginary bar. The result is mind-twisting.
We have been posting a lot about UI/UX, architecture, photography and branding. I know some of you think we forgot about Photoshop or 3D but we have not forgotten. To prove that to you I want to share this incredible project created by Yan Blanco titled Homeless. I have no words to describe how amazing the 3D rendering is, so here is from Yan's words: the project is tribute to all those who are forgotten and ignored. To those who have incredible stories never told.
Mohamed Chahin is a 3D artist from Alexandria, Egypt with an incredible portfolio full of 3D projects and compositions that are just awesome. I love his Low Poly personal challenges like the 30 Days of Low Poly which is always been featured at Dribbble. There's a lot to love about his work, the color palettes, the simplicity and especially how clever the comps are. In terms of tools, he seems to use Blender, which is a free 3D tool. That makes it even more compelling and exciting for us willing to jump on the 3D train.