This Artist Turns Pop Culture Characters Into Hyper Realistic 3D Models – Design You Trust

This Artist Turns Pop Culture Characters Into Hyper Realistic 3D Models

Since 2008, Turkish character artist Hossein Diba (previously) has been dabbling with 3D models to give some of the most popular and fictional personas stunningly realistic facial features. And his amazing work didn’t go unnoticed, not from us and definitely not from his 200K+ followers on Instagram.

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