Lost in a Good Book


#1

-modeling/rendering: Cinema4D -materials: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Vue, original photography -final touches: Photoshop, AKVIS Artwork -Inspiration/motivation: love of Art, love of Reading, caffeine, chocolate, prize money :slight_smile:


#2

Very nice Perry!


#3

Whoa! awesome work, mate! love the details and the tone… :love:


#4

Thanks for the comments! I am now a big fan of Jacek Yerka’s work and I found it lots of fun and very challenging trying to create something in his style and still keep some of my own artistic identity.


#5

Excellent work! Nicely done.


#6

It’s a little bit similar to my concept that i’ll post soon.Books and staff…but way different.
Very good job.I like it a lot!
Good luck.


#7

Excellent! This is a winner!


#8

one of the best works so far. Good luck


#9

Love the snow-globe tree…just noticed it…


#10

Good work, got an authentic feel to it :thumbsup:


#11

very nice, good luck!


#12

waw… great work man… lots of details… i like the color tone…


#13

Good job, I think you grabbed some of Mr. Yerka’s essence. I’m curious as to how you used your tools and for what.


#14

Very …very… nice … Good luck :slight_smile:

Girish
My surreal entry
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=729470


#15

very nice work. like the colours.


NVArt - Surreal:The Opera Royal de Versailles


#16

This is the best 3d mix media submission in this contest.:cool:


#17

Congrats on your placing, great job!


#18

Greetings!
Respect.


#19

Very whimsical and imaginative concept! Sorry I missed it-- but I am very pleased to see it now! Congratulations Perry! :wink:


#20

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