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After a thorough virtual interview, a custom environment is created based on your personal preferences as to what your final sights, thoughts, and dreams shall be. You will not feel a thing. The quintessential look at a Cyberpunk mega city.
The detail, scale and composition create a breath-taking look at a terrifying future that feels all too real. Gabriel's disparate hero is blasted into another realm from their suffocating Cyberpunk reality and the journey is terrifying, and trippy!
Joe's ArtStation. The idea was to create an everyday feel and this piece certainly achieved that in a uniquely bold way! Nathan's composition and shape language give the viewer so much to observe and absorb without completely overwhelming them -- a difficult feat to achieve well in a thoughtful and emotional rendition with a classic cyberpunk feel.
Sharp contrasts and smart composition give this piece an edgy story and make its car star quite compelling! Arnaud's ArtStation. Hanna Loegering from Fargo, US. Hanna's ArtStation. Chris M. Chris's Facebook. Kris Jones from the UK.Imagine floating cities of the future, derelict kingdoms in the middle of the desert or forgotten civilizations! Droquis goes over his process for creating the cover art for our Heavy Metal Kit. Thursday, April 16th Playgrounds is doing their online festival And Banks and Maxx are speaking on several panels.
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Forgot your password?The fast pace of technological breakthroughs we see every single day could be the catalyst to possibly replacing all of humanity. And that was the idea behind this image, to portray a very human and colloquial interaction, like going to your favorite street restaurant, and then removing the human element from it.
I am not very good at freehand drawing, so I always start by taking a bit of time going through different scenarios in my head for the concept I want to portray. Usually, these ideas come to me while doing completely unrelated things. Then I just start collecting as many references I can find that fit my idea, and create a mood board to which I can always refer to during the process. After settling on an idea, I jump straight into Cinema4D and start blocking out my scene. Very rough at the beginning, just placing cubes as buildings or main objects stand-ins to create my composition.
In this case, I knew I wanted to be inside of a small alley looking towards a bigger and open city in the back.
Here I was already playing with light as well because it was such an important player to emphasize the different parts of the image. I have also kept the foreground as my playing field so that I could be more free to model what I had in mind, like the little restaurant and the suspended catwalks between the buildings.
I like to have the best and most complete 3d base I can, so that I can go to Photoshop afterward and paint all the details that bring life to the picture. You can see this process on the gif. The render was done with Cinema4D and Corona and Photoshop for post-production. All in all, it took me around two weeks, working every now and then at nights and weekends. And they were the factor that led me to search for an artistic endeavor. As for my professional career, I started as an architect before focusing on Architectural visualization, and I have worked as a visualizer for the last 10 years.
As for the free time that I don't spend with my family, I spend it doing personal projects like KitBash competitions. I think that for everybody, art is a way of expressing oneself always associated with a specific Zeitgeist. Being able to share visually with other people what goes through one's mind, that is complete freedom I guess. Make sure to check out his ArtStation.
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All of the files are licensed for commercial use under a Creative Commons CC0 licence. More free and commercial resources for Cinema 4D and World Machine users Paschou created the models as part of his own Everydays projecta collection of daily renders ranging from abstract imagery to landscapes and photorealistic characters. All of the source files — created in Cinema 4D using either the native render engines or Corona — are also available to download for free under an open source licence.
Paschou has collected some of the other assets from the Everydays project into free Cinema 4D librariesincluding hair and skies; and sets of maps for World Machine. Tags: 3D modelabstractbuildingCC0 licencecharacterCinema 4Dcommercial usecomponentConstantin Paschoucreative commonsdownloadfigurefreehair libraryheight mapshumankitbashkitbashingmachinemodelOBJopen sourceproject filescene fileskiesspaceshipterrain mapsTFMStyle Asset PackThe French MonkeywallWorld Machine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
See an intriguing preview of new texturing features in the popular perpetually licensed image editor. New PLE edition of the renderer can be used for free indefinitely, unlike the existing trial version. New touch-up and rig removal plugin makes Silhouette's paint tools available inside compositing apps like Nuke and After Effects.
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