“Strange Dreams”: Surreal & Abstract Renders by Mark Constantine Inducil

Mark Constantine Inducil is a Filipino-Australian visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. He studied graphic design & film and has worked in the creative industry for around 20 years. He loves creating abstract, surrealistic and dream-like images. His work is inspired by cinema, philosophy and psychology. Continue reading »

These Photorealistic Renders Look Like Real Photos Taken with An Old Camera

Have a look at marvelous renders in Blender Cycles presented by Blitter, one of the Blender Artists website users. These are all rendered in Cycles. The artist used a customized Daz model, morphs, and textures, plus a number of Blenderkit assets. Each render took from the latest series took approximately 10 minutes at 2048 samples with 2080 Ti. Continue reading »

Vladislav Ociacia’s Robot Renders Are Works Of Art

Be still my robotic heart! The level of detail is astounding and makes the renders look more like production models than concept art. The robotic organs are a fantastic concept and give the robots a sort of macabre humanity. The next sci-fi blockbuster needs make use of these robot designs. Continue reading »

Miami Artist Renders Beautiful Persian Rugs With Acrylic And Ink

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Jason Seife, the Miami-based artist beautifully renders the exquisite patterns found on old Persian carpets using a combination of acrylic and ink. Along with familiar geometric motifs, Seife’s rugs feature colors you seldom find on heavy textiles. Continue reading »