I have always had a passion for 3D art. I would love to be able to create 3D models and paint them and use them in different design projects.
I really envy the guys who get a life by creating characters for videogames or CG monsters for Hollywood.
Just a few days ago I was looking at some 3D art and found myself reading about some software called Sculptris, from a company called Pixologic, the creators of the famous ZBrush.
To my surprise, Sculptris is an amazing 3D sculpting program that it couldn’t be easier to use. And is totally FREE.
I downloaded it, played with it and fell in love with it. I have used it so far just a couple of hours, but I plan to use it for a long time until I learn to model and sculpture in 3D correctly.
I decided to post some images of the first thing I sculptured: a man’s head. I uploaded some of my recent drawings, sketches and vectors works also, just so the post wouldn’t look so empty.
If you are into sculpture and want to play with it with the computer, Sculptris is for you. Download it from Pixologic’s site.
Look at this guy. How on earth wouldn’t you want to do a photo shooting with him? He’s got attitude, he’s got the looks and he’s that kind of person that intimidates you with just staring at you. He’s perfect to be in front of a camera.
I would really love to work with Joel Kinnaman. Seriously. I’m sure it would be a day to remember, a day in which you really love your job, you have a great time and when you check the work done, you think you won’t be able to top that for a long time.
I had seen Joel Kinnaman in some pictures by Kalle Gustafsson, one of my favorites photographers of all time, but thought he was just another model. How wrong I was.
These two images are the work and copyright of Kalle Gustafsson, a photographer you shouldn’t miss if you like good photography.
Just a few weeks ago I started watching the stunning tv series “The Killing” and then I realized how strong Joel Kinnaman’s presence can be. He’s that kind of actor that fills the screen and that eats his partners alive. When he’s on the tv, you can’t look away. You watch him move, talk and just walk and then you just thank god he decided to be an actor.
Joel is a great actor and I really hope he works non stop and makes lots of movies and tv series. And I hope I do get to work with him someday.
If you are interested in the works of photographer Kalle Gusftafsson (you should!), then do not miss his official website, which is full of truly amazing images.
You can get more info on Joel Kinnaman over at IMDB.
All the images on this post are Copyright of their respective authors. I do not own any of them.
I’m not a big fan of these kind of videos where you only see a girl dancing and acting like she’s doing something important. No story, no script, no nothing. I get bored really fast and I tend to skip to the end just to see who did it and who was the director of photography.
Because that is what really interests me, the light, the colors, the editing and the overall feel of the video. You can really learn some cool tips watching these moving images. Do not miss the shaking, the color leaks, the defocusing and some other neat tricks the following video has to offer. They can be easily imported to still images and fashion photography to have a cool retro effect.
This week’s video has Victoria’s Secret supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio, which is a big plus.
Oh, and it has something I absolutely love: a car in a deserted road.