Blender artists' talent is scattered all over the internet for everyone to behold, with one amazing artwork after the other being posted on all sorts of forums and mediums. In this series of posts, we attempt to collect and showcase pieces that wowed us with their artistry and production value.
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Indian Concept Artist Prateek Aggarwal heads up today's roster of amazing artworks. His "Murder At The South Pole" film poster concept has great mood and composition and is evocative of the slew of high-end Nordic thriller TV series taking over Netflix. On top of Blender, Gaea was used to generate the terrain and photoshop for the finishing touches
Russian CG Artist Yura Kozhevnikov's "Before the Storm" is an incredible concept piece with loads of character. and great composition. He used Megascan assets for the environment, and photoshop to paint over the final render. Even more impressively, he used Eevee for the render, as you can see in his viewport capture in the video below.
Weta Digital Senior Matte Painter Einar Martinsen is unleashing his skills with this artwork. "Frozen Waves" was an exploration of ice materials and shading, and the final result is impressive and mesmerizing. He used Octane for the final render. Check out his Artstation post for more renders of this exploration.
Vladislav Laryushin is behind the great 3D character over on Sketchfab. This work was done as part of the Artstation Game Character Art Challenge, and is based on a concept by Alley fxj.
Karl Poyzer is no stranger to incredible spaceship design. He is behind the acclaimed "floaters" short filled with all kinds of incredible spaceship designs. His latest artwork, "Odessa Station", has the benefit of also being Geometry Nodes based. Check out his Reddit post to see what the base mesh looked before the Geometry Nodes were applied, or go to his Patreon to get the tutorial and Blend files!