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09. Sunny Sunday Morning

three dimensional art: Sunday morning

This relaxing-searching room was produced by Chief executive officer and co-founding father of Arch-Factory Tiago Alexandrino

Tiago Alexandrino may be the Chief executive officer and founding father of Arch-Factory, a collective specialising in creating architectural visualisations web hosting clients. Taking just 5 or 6 days, he produced this perfect, relaxing Sunday three dimensional animation company scene using 3ds Max and V-Ray.

10. Ebola Virus

three dimensional art: Ebola Virus

Alexey Kashpersky’s Ebola Virus is really as beautiful because it is malignant

Medical artist Alexey Kashpersky has won worldwide competitions in scientific visualisation, and the beautiful three dimensional art rendering from the Ebola virus is really a fine illustration of his abilities. “I needed to change Ebola into something fantastic then one which had its very own unique character,” he describes. The look required him three several weeks to accomplish, with everything else modelled manually.

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11. Exodus from Delta B-56

Exodus: three dimensional art

This vibrant three dimensional image required artist Jonathan Ball roughly 3 to 4 days to accomplish

Freelance illustrator and animation company Jonathan Ball spent 3 to 4 days focusing on this picture in the free time. With a love for three dimensional modelling, Ball produced the colourful scene with Blender while using Cycles engine, before finishing the composition in Illustrator.No, we have not incorporated a rouge photograph to trick you, this is actually three dimensional art. The stunning Southern Ground Hornbill image was crafted entirely in three dimensional by artist Léandre Hounnake. The realistic render was accomplished using a mix of Sculptris, 3ds Max, Mudbox, V-Ray, MultiScatter and Hair and Fur.17. NAGA

three dimensional art: NAGA

three dimensional designer Nitin Khosa used Maya and Illustrator to produce this awesome Naga sports vehicle

Freelance 2D and three dimensional designer Nitin Khosa’s inspiration with this brilliant illustration originated from Naga, the Sanskrit/Hindi word for king cobra as well as the name of the slightly retro, open-top two-seater concept sports vehicle. Produced using a mix of Maya and Illustrator, the striking three dimensional art required roughly four days, from sketching suggestions to the ultimate render.