I started this artwork by reading about math equations, and I watched tons of youtube videos about producing 3D objects. My goal and motivation behind these 3D shapes were to generate beautiful and homogenous surfaces. Because Blender 3D makes it much more comfortable with its latest release, 2.92, I could explore so much faster, but the learning curve is there.
Don’t feel blue. Do something against anxiety, fear, and depression. It’s hard sometimes, but you can try to make a positive change in your life.
Stay positive and see the light, like the boy in this artwork. Love you all.
Modeled and rendered in Cinema4D.
It offers us a complete range from bad to fabulous. We often forget to be grateful to remember how precious our life is. This is also what the color orange stands for. Many things that we call red are orange, like the fire or roofs. According to color psychology, orange stands for extravagance, energy, transformation, and the individual.
It is precisely these attributes that make our life so valuable.
The second Drop, which is part of the whole series, sits with the first experiences that every living being has. The proverb, “Start on the green meadow,” is taken literally in this Drop. Green is the primary color that hints at our primitive relationship with the world’s first creation – nature, life. This Drop using 3D techniques and rendering solutions to give it that surreal and realistic looking feel.
Desire, a feeling often connected to love, to passion, and heat. We desire different things, depending on which stage in life we are. This artwork. stands for all that hunger, desire, passion, and love. The unrestrained desire.
This artwork was done using Cinema4D, Corona-Render and Love!
My very first drop on knownorigin.io
I’m overly proud to be among such great artists, and I’m looking forward to your thoughts on my art.
With this very first drop, I will start my series “Illusion Of Life.” It refers to actual real-life and all the stages we’re going through as humans. From the beginning, the first light to death. “Let There Be Light” is, therefore, the beginning of everything and, as I said, the beginning of my series consisting of six works of art.
About the artwork:
The white color, purity, and cleanliness of this work of art show the start we all have in life. No outside influence has taken part yet. It’s just pure life.
I hope you enjoy the limited edition of 5 pieces as much as I had creating it.
The final artwork from my series “Illusion of Life” shows death, that supposed end of a cycle. But this is far from being the end. Death is a transition into another life that we are not able to comprehend. Our bodies become one with nature again.