Well actually i thinking about the series, like, 10 or so cubes in different "living style". For example "designer" room, or "musician" room etc.
The point is to catch more significant objects, and trends, if you want, of each style, and put it in to one portrait of it.
This i think more regular , classical room for start.
By the way if you have some nice ideas about "room style themes" you can rebound me with scetch or something, and i will make it if i like it )
So, something like that)
Oh , and finally what do you think about name of the series, i thinking about "Living Cubes" or "Corners"?
Bigger size http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5183/5738098912_276bb73f88_o.jpg
almost 2 years ago
I like corners. :D
Really good work, and nice idea too ;)
Great idea. and then release a poster or a book with all of the cubes/corners, I'd buy it 100%! also u could use the name "living^3" (living cubed) or "interiors^3" :)
PS: is this 3Dmax/Cinema4D or Photoshop?
OMG! Really love this!
3DSMax + Vray ?
I think you should put them on a grid, print them, and sell em! Like a 3x3 grid on a big square poster format ^^
Could you please do this with my office? ;) Thanks, Oliver :D
What about a dirty street, with only one wall, and a cardboard box :)
Would love to see a blog post charting the process of this... I really like the style and the outcome of it. (I need to learn new stuff and some 3D modelling).
My request would be a video game room straight out of the 80's.
Hehe, i thinking about video game style by the way, i need some good references..
I will thinking about process;)
Take a bow!
Man it's OSOM! =) Realy like this idea and maybe call it "Living Spaces"?
Well its not so much "Spaces", actually its small piece of space ) And i want to make an accent on this.
Idea: Man Cave =D
holy wow, this is fantastic!
i would so use the"designer room" cube as my photoshop /illustrator icon replacement!
I just love this so, so much.
This is insanity!
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