“In Final Diaboli”: Fantastic 3D Occult Hyperreal Sculpting by Archangel – Design You Trust

“In Final Diaboli”: Fantastic 3D Occult Hyperreal Sculpting by Archangel

Vasudev Singh Chauhan is a 3d digital and environmental artist, based in India.

“Hey, I’m Archangel, an abstract artist with strong affinity to hyper surrealism and occultism. I’ve been making digital artworks for 2 years with special focus on sculpting occult abstracts since October 2020, mostly specializing in gothic and dark themes. I try to simulate emotions in the form of dark and derelict artworks.”

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