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Image: Sugar Hit!

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Super nice work by Lightfarm Brasil.

Hey guys! My name is Rafael Moco, and I would like to share this great experience I had with Blender. I work in a studio called Lightfarm Brasil, which creates images for advertising, animations, games and more.

I've always liked Blender, and I wanted to get the chance to work on an image from start to finish, just using their tools. In this image I made the bomb and the candy, and the textures were made in the Substance Painter. It was an incredible experience, and we will certainly use Blender on our new projects here in the studio.

The name of the project is called Sugar Hit, where a pin-up rides on a bomb about to explode! The original idea was conceived by Rafael Vallaperde and Helena Lopes, and all post-production work was done by Ramon Saroldi. Check out our page for more details about the project!

8 Comments

  1. Your work is incredible. Congratulation.
    The combination of photography and 3D is great. I've been entertaining for some time looking at details. :)

    It's great news to know that a great studio like you use Blender in your workflow.

    Wow, your website is a delight. It's inspirational.

  2. The work is beautiful but to say "The original idea was conceived by Rafael Vallaperde and Helena Lopes" with no mention at all of the reference to Doctor Strangelove is kinda strange...

    • Yo, artist here! So, the main inspiration for the image was the old bomb pin-ups, popular during the WWII era. Tbh, this is the first time I heard about Doctor Strangelove! It's a shame, I know... But thanks for the tip!

      • That's funny because I had never heard of the bomb pin-ups (just checked them out), so we both learned something :) Keep up the great work +1

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