I would totally believe this sculpt by Doris Fiebig is a photograph.
Mike Pan has given himself a challenge – for 30 straight days, he wants to transform Blender’s default cube into works of art. The results are astonishing! Check them out – Mike is sharing the .blend files of his scenes so you can dig in and find out how he did it.
Alan Zirpoli has posted some beautiful interior shots on BlenderArtists.
I was a little afraid that this weekend contest’s topic might be too hard – creating an interpretation of a famous painting is quite a challenge. But Eric Varela was right – it proved to be a wonderfully inspiring task! As a Dutchman, I especially enjoyed how many Dutch painters were represented: Mondriaan, Van Gogh, Vermeer and Escher.
Kyriakos Tsilavis’s interpretation of ‘Relativity’ by MC Escher was the clear winner this week.
Kyriakos – awesome job! You’ll also get to pick the topic for next weekend! Please email me at bart @ this site and let me know what everyone should be spending their time on :)
Read on for the runners up and enjoy the art!
This model by AlexanderESmith brings back memories! (Although in my case it would have been playing Tetris ;-).
Daniel Thul presents an architectural design done in Cycles.
Eric Varela claims another winning with his entry ‘Balloon Ride at Sunrise’ – a wonderfully warm AND low-poly (who can resist a low-poly design? ;-) image. Eric’s first winning entry was ‘All abooooooooooooooard! Next stop: Funkytown!‘.
Like the last weeks, the theme ‘Above the Clouds‘ sparked a lot of creativity, and I’ll be sharing the top entries below.
Eric – you know how it works,you get to pick next week’s theme!
And thanks for all your wonderful work everyone!
By Alexander Weide