Chinese Artist Creates Images Of Slothful Animals To Parody How Lazy This Generation Is Becoming – Design You Trust

Chinese Artist Creates Images Of Slothful Animals To Parody How Lazy This Generation Is Becoming

The world is changing and, with it, the habits of the population. The ever increasing presence of the Internet, social media and the powerful Netflix are making this generation very lazy.

Inspired by all this, digital illustrator Guodong Zhao from Beijing, China, created this fun and relaxing project titled “Lazy Things” in which we see various animals sitting in comfortable beanbags, whilst at the same time, watching series or playing Video Games.

Each animal required an extra attention to detail to get the complex textures just right. To achieve that, Zhao employed the Pixologic ZBrush, a tool for sculpting which allows to combine modelling, texturing and 3D painting.

More: Instagram, Behance h/t: boredpanda

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