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Maxon - Advertising campaign for C4D R17
3D Artist - Issue #63 - Image of the Month
CG Society - Editor's Choice
Nature, but not only.
Practicing and getting better is a constant rule thats artists have to follow to make their dreams come true.
I started the Ladybug Journey serie as a challenge in my spare time to enhance my technical skills, and I managed to produce so far two images that were both - great news - loves and shared.
What can resume this serie is : beauty can be hidden in tiny details
Photographer : Ludovic Ismaël
3D/Retouching : Nicolas Delille
We all love music.
Some like a large variety of music, and some others are huge fans of one band in particular.
We had lots of fun to imagine the biggest fans ever of 5 famous rock&roll bands.
The heads speak for themselves...
Artist François Abelanet
3D giant image printed and placed on the floor
of the center Place Bellecour in Lyon, France
Full event Guinness Book World Record
Anamorphosis in Lyon
" An incredible, vertigo-inducing piece of art in Lyon city centre in France has set a new world record for largest anamorphic print.
Created by artist François Abélanet as part of a product launch for truck manufacturer Renault Trucks last weekend, the print was made up of 25 separate pieces which had to be sewn together.
In total, it took five months to create from design to realisation. With an aim to show trucks in city and country environments, the image depicts a scarily accurate aerial view of a city and a rural area, giving pedestrians a sense that they are walking on a glass bridge high over mountains, water, and skyscrapers.
Describing his method, Abélanet, pictured far right above, explains that viewers visiting the work can see that "different creations will emerge without being able to see the trick. Because there is no trick: an anamorphosis is the result of very precise calculations. And also a bit of imagination. " - Guinness Book World Record, July 2013
For the purpose of this Guinness Book event, I was commissioned by the anamorphosis artist François Abelanet to create one of the 4 other big canvas placed around the biggest one. My work was a 650 square meters 3D street art where a true truck was faking dropping giant balls onto the floor. People were then invited to take picture of themselves or of their families/friends where they could sit on top, playing with the anamorphosis.
3D campaign for BHV - Le Marais
Selection of personal & commissioned works
Selection of photorealistic 3D products
from modeling to rendering
C4D / Vray / Photoshop / AE