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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First up in today's round-up is James King's "Server Room". The UK-based concept artist regales us with a highly detailed sci-fi environment render. The gorgeous hard-surface modelling done in kitOPS, Boxcutter, and Hard Ops is combined with great texture work to give the final image its production value.
3D Artist and industry veteran Andre Hwang is behind this awesome render. The piece features his gorgeous D-1000 Dog robots, and he used Eevee to great effect to build the scene and its composition. Check out his Artstation post for an Eevee viewport photo.
Next up is an architectural render by US-based 3D artist Dorin Jannotta. The "Walt Disney Concert Hall" is an architectural challenge entry for the Without Borders 3D challenge sponsored by Hum3D. Dorin's render is a love letter to the building, which was itself one of the first built with computer-aided 3D design.
Remedy Entertainment Concept Artist Flexes his world-building muscles with "Patrol". Done in Blender and rendered with Octane before being finished up in Photoshop, the artwork captures an eery post-apocalyptic tone thanks to its monochromatic colors, the smog-filled sky, and mask-clad patrol.
Brandon Ruffin's ultra-realistic render "Moka Pot Morning (Dawn)" is an artwork of a 4-part series over on the Blender Reddit, exploring this same scene at different times of day. This particular render nails the "Blue Hour" look, with the Moka Pot texture being another impressive feat of realism. Check out his posts on Reddit for the other versions of this artwork!