Every single thing in this world is highly praised and intuitively chosen with many people only if it has been done with love, with a part of an author’s soul, and inspiration. A creator, an artist succeeds to create his best pieces if he works with desire; and even a tasty dinner can be prepared by a housewife if she is not very tired or depressed. Inspiration is also the main goal of the whole work of Cruzine team: everything we do, we do it for our visitors and readers to be in high spirits and in order for them to regularly receive new portion of strong emotions, the result of chain reaction upon which is inspiration and desire to create. We genuinely hope the 33 images below will make a strong impact on your emotional state for the whole day today!
Posca water based paint pens used to decorate a plain matt tom drum.
This was an experiment as we usually paint surfboards and design/print clothing.
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3D characters can be created in a variety of 3D software packages, including Pixologic zBrush, Autodesk 3D Studio Max, Mudbox or Maya, Daz Studio, Poser or others. The combination of 3D modeling, texturing and realistic rendering can allow for unrivaled realism and detail in the world of computer graphics.
We gathered up 20 stunning CG character creations from some of the top artists around, with some lifelike and realistic, while others are fantasy-oriented and magical. But, they have one thing in common, they are all incredibly detailed.
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Unbelievably realistic landscape and nature photos by talented photographers with Mary Kay, Irene Suchock and others among them; fancy and even frightening illustrations of fantastic worlds and characters; provocative digital art, that may even neglect or revise the commonly-accepted aesthetics norms – you can find these and many other graphic designing works in this collection. We believe that everything that excites out imagination and awakens creative thinking is capable of generating inspiration – a crucial element and integral part of art production process. Inspiration is, actually, what all the people need in their daily life, even if they are not involved in art. Anything that makes us move on and do something, definitely, has an inspirational component in it.
Fukuoka, Japan-born artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has created a mesmerizing series called Layered Drawings that we’d love to see in person. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
We are really excited the way things have been going here at MediaNovak. We’ve had a slew of new projects, and we just want to take a minute to feature one of our newest clients and the website we recently designed for them.
Artist David DiMichele asks you to fully immerse yourself in his mind-shattering miniature scenes. For over ten years he’s been creating these fantastic 3D installations in his studio, using everything from glass and ice to tree bark and coil. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Changing your corporate logo from a standard logo to a holiday themed logo one is a great way to engage with potential customers and offer a fresh view of your brand during the holiday seasons. While small businesses often employ these sorts of festive techniques, bigger businesses and social media websites have taken this concept to the next level by revamping their websites, putting a holiday twist on their logo designs, and adding elements such as holiday lights and snow to their brand image.
So, here are some holiday logo redesigns from famous companies around the globe, some from this year and others from years past. These logos offer a neat insight on how to add a bit of holiday cheer to your own website.
Duesseldorf, Germany-based photographer Jakob Wagner sure knows how to make a city look like a living, breathing being. Using long exposure and Photoshop, he’s created a spectacular series called Urban Zoom. See more at My Modern Metropolis.