I wanted to change the pace a little and share the incredible work by Deane McGahan, a sculptor based in Seattle, WA, USA. Her incentive foundation is coming right from that region where natural beauty lies everywhere. The simple color strikes me clear beauty and almost feel like the piece of Fortress of Solitude. It's impressive and wonders what would be the process behind. Hope you will enjoy them as well.
Now let's talk about a must-have collectible. I've seen many great sculptures, but I've just seen two that really need some attention from DC fans. I'm talking about the statues of Batman and Superman from the upcoming movie. These astounding pieces were digitally sculpted by James Marsano and prototyped/painted by Jason Wires. I must say, the Batman piece is simply jaw dropping... I'd totally love having one.
Surfing the web I ran into the work of Hungarian sculptor Tibor Kéri. He's a super talented artist that comes up with amazingly detailed sculptures of animals, both pre-historical and modern ones. These are truly amazing! These are only a handful of his unique artworks. For much more images showing more details, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
It's been a while since the last time we featured a nice set of sculptures here at Abduzeedo. Today we're featuring the marvelous work of French artist Romain Van den Bogaert. He's got an amazing set of sculptures. From fantasy to sci-fi, his sculptures have a nice range of possible backstories to them, and that's one of the things I like about it. These are pretty detailed and you can see how much Romain is a talented artist.
I've been seeing a lot of sculptures lately... from 3d printed ones to the wood carved ones, but I've found some that got so much handmade details that it blew my mind. It's the work of Trinidadian artist Joshua Lue Chee Kong. This collection of artworks is called Moulded Memories. It has so much of that Mayan, Aztec feel to it, and the amount of details is simply breathtaking. Kudos to the artist! For more of his amazing work, please visit his portfolio at Behance!
Gotta love a nicely done bust. These days, with 3D printing, 3D artists have the opportunity to bring to life amazing fantasy busts, like these by James W Cain. I'd love to have one of these, proudly displayed on my shelves. James' style is pretty awesome... he has definitely got some mad modeling skills, and seeing his work 3D printed with a rough metal look to it is just jaw-dropping. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did!
When it comes to sculpting, I find really amazing how crazy talented some artists are, coming up with fantastic pieces of art, from tiny to huge sculptures. That's exactly the case of Polish sculptor Scibor Teleszynski, who brings to life incredibly details pieces, like these below. Check it out! How great are these? I love them! These are only a handful of his work... for more of it, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation! He'll definitely enjoy the attention.
Sculptures, sculptures, sculptures! I really can't enough of it, whether it's traditionally made or digitally made. For that I keep searching for super cool artists making superb sculptures, like these by American artist Peter Straub. Peter comes up with some pretty cool pop culture sculpture renders. Of course these are only a handful of his pieces. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at CGSociety. He'll definitely enjoy it! Also, I hope you like these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
Time for more some witty, fun character design here at Abduzeedo! Today we're featuring the super cute work of Taiwanese digital sculptor Pizza Chen. He's got some pretty fun -bearded- characters worth checking out. Here you can see some of Pizza Chen's pieces. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation. I'm pretty sure he'll enjoy the attention. Also, which one is your favorite? Mine is the koala! Super funny. I really hope you like it as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
Surreal artworks are pretty impressive, whether it's a painting or even a sculpture. Artists gotta be super creative to come up with crazy, yet beautiful designs and pieces, such as these sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen June! Here you can see her fantastic surreal sculptures. I really enjoy seeing each one of these... it's all so creative and beautiful. For more of her work, please visit her portfolio at DeviantART. She'll definitely enjoy it. I hope you like these as much as I did! Cheers.
We've seen many great 3D artists lately and today is no different! Edgar Marocsek is a Romanian artist doing lots of experimental work, each piece looking better than the other. These are definitely worth looking at! Check it out. I really enjoy look at both renders and real sculptures because it demands lots of talent to the artist to come up with something really good, just like Edgar's pieces. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation! He'll definitely enjoy it.
Now this is impressive! Martin Tomsky, an artist from United Kingdom, comes up with really splendid wood cutout sculptures, cut with lasers! His pieces are really mind-blowing, detail-rich, and some of his characters seem to be inspired by Adventure Time. There's literally no reason why not to love these. For more of Martin's fantastic work, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART! He's got plenty more pieces there for you to see. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;)
Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. We can imagine that is a lot of work but the results are just the “state-of-the-art”. ...I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to translate that into a 3D finished product.
One may craft a sculpture using many different materials, but I find fantastic those that master the art of paper sculpting. Paper is such a fragile material... when someone gets to make art out of it they just deserve to be spotted among the crowd. Anastassia Elias is a French artist that does some mesmerizing paper cut art. Her use of perspective just adds so much to the composition that it turns simply paper rolls into mini artsy worlds. Fantastic indeed!
Last weekend I was reading my RSS and stumbled on this incredible motion design work inspired by one of my favorite video-games of all time, Street Fighter 2. Apparently the idea of the author with this video was to explore his Cinema 4D skills, however in my opinion he came up with a very original work of art :) I did it in order to teach myself Cinema 4D and Vray in my spare time, the renders aren't perfect but the best I could get out of my machine.
I really love the creativity of artists that find new ways to present us famous characters. Among the best and most creative ideas is the anatomy cut, which happens to be Jason Freeny's speciality. These are awesome!
Last week we had a nice post about underwater scenes, and I had the opportunity to find another great underwater related subject: sculptures! And the cool thing is that these are not from an ancient civilization, but quite modern.
Sculptures are awesome, aren't they? From those tiny comics statues to the famous, big marble ones all over the world, sculptures have always been one of the greatest ways for artists to express themselves through the making of human figures (and more).
This is probably an unexpected post. When people think about cemeteries they usually associate it with ugly, dark, scary things. But not today. There's beauty in cemeteries and it only takes us a little effort to find it. Statues are probably the most beautiful element in any cemetery. Of course that we can easily find awful ones, but there's so much beauty to be seen that it's simply incredible these won't get more attention. I really wish it was easier to find out who the artists behind these exquisite pieces of art are. It pretty much makes art galleries out of cemeteries.
The greatest thing about an artist is when his work awes you. This is how I am right now: awe-struck. Made from vintage radios, cameras, telephones and other material, these are represent creativity at its best.