is that a polaroid? amazing!
3 months ago
You are nuts man. Keep killin it!
@Rob Schlegel Lol
no no no... You tricked! Magicians are not allowed to enter in the contest of designers!! Your entry is disqualified... :P
You are MASTER BLASTER!!
Wow thanks for sharing an insight into your magic workflow! :)
That is a beautiful desk.
awesomeness at its peak! thanks for sharing your work and make us believe u r human :)
@Eddie Lobanovskiy hah.. that explains it.. nicely done mate.
Very nice !
It's like watching a baby being born.. Simply amazing :)
genius sir :) pease donate that imac or macbook lol :) gj
you sir, are a beast.
Amazing process, how can you do that!
hello buddy you are a killer....i was thinking this are 100% 3d....welldone!
I thought you drew the whole thing :(
even more impressive
Now THAT'S a render!
You're welcome and thank you guys for your kind words! :)
To the disappointed ones:
I don't exactly remember where I heard it, but someone said "creativity is knowing how to hide your techniques and making people question how it was done" or something along the lines. So the way I see it if I made you think I used 3D software or spent hundreds of hours painting everything from scratch here I succeeded. :P
Either way there was plenty of work envolved, each keyboard button was brushed to look the way it does in final shot and bunch of other things you might not notice. I shared it because I got quite few questions about it and I wanted you guys to get some ideas too for your next works (would love to see them!). I like to be opened with people and opened to different solutions/techniques. :)
Wow and I thought it was all 3d. Thanks for the small lesson Eddie, good good stuff!
wow this is really cool........great stuff..... thumbs up
No idea why someone would be disappointed to see that this had analog beginnings, I think that's an amazing touch! Thanks for sharing, duder.
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