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Here are some of our favourite 3D projects sub­mit­ted on 3DARTIS­TON­LINE.COM in the last month

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The very best im­ages of the month from our on­line com­mu­nity

01 Moun­tain villa by Nguyen Thành Vích 3DA user­name vic nguyen Nguyen Thành Vích

says: “This is a villa project from the United States, bor­der­ing Canada. The cus­tomer re­quested a snowy en­vi­ron­ment among other things, such as it be­ing highly re­al­is­tic and artis­tic. I ini­tially found this project very dif­fi­cult be­cause I have never painted snow and I have never seen snow in Viet­nam. Luck­ily I got quick, great re­sults from the Snowflow­pro soft­ware.” We say: Wow, for some­one who has never seen snow in real life be­fore, this is a great ef­fort from Vích. Out­stand­ing mood, too.

02 Earth­worm Jim by Mas­si­m­il­iano Lai 3DA user­name _m.v.l_ Mas­si­m­il­iano Lai says:

“This is a 3D re­make of a con­cept that was cre­ated by Alberto Ca­mara. The im­age sum­marises 01 the hu­mour and the comic, colour­ful at­mos­phere of Earth­worm Jim’s world.” We say: It’s not easy to add so much char­ac­ter and hu­mour to a 3D ren­di­tion of Earth­worm Jim but we re­ally think Mas­si­m­il­iano has achieved it. Fan­tas­tic!

03 Wasp 17 Dart Gun by Emre Karaba­cak 3DA user­name

Emre Karaba­cak

Emre Karaba­cak says: “This wasp dart gun is based on the con­cept art of Michel Verdu, which I found on Artstation. My work usu­ally fo­cuses on highly re­al­is­tic guns and scenes so I wanted to try some­thing dif­fer­ent to chal­lenge my­self.” We say: Emre’s Wasp 17 Dart Gun is a bril­liant piece and you can clearly see the in­spi­ra­tion in his work. We es­pe­cially like the brushed metal look paired with the plas­tic yel­lows.

04 Beau­ti­ful Dystopia by Pi­eter Léon Ver­meer­sch 3DA user­name Astopia Pi­eter Léon Ver­meer­sch says:

“I wanted to make a cool-look­ing build­ing with a unique de­sign. I started de­sign­ing the shape in 2D first and then over the course of the project I tran­si­tioned to 3D.” We say: This min­i­mal-fu­tur­is­tic build­ing from Pi­eter is set among a great al­most neo-dystopian back­ground. We love the con­trast of the sharp edges against the curves of the moun­tains.

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