Animator October Jones spends time on his daily train commute to draw cartoon heads on his fellow passengers. The talented animator uses post-it note to draw funny cartoon faces to replace his fellow commuters. He creates tones of them and tweets the result to his followers.
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Computer graphic design is becoming more technologically advanced over time, with the use of advanced software to create a more realistic 3D animation.
Australian artist and animator Chris Jones has created a video called “Eye Piece”, featuring a amazing realistic eyeball with surrounding facial tissues using the software Lightwave, Sculptris and Krita.
The short clip is the latest in Jones’ series of impressive renders of human body parts.
via: Laughing Squid
Cake artist Natalie Sideserf, the owner of Austin bakery Sideserf Cake Studio, decided to avoid the idea of making a traditional wedding cake when she and her husband were married last October. Natalie took the phrase “Till death do us part” to a whole new level by crafting a hyperrealistic cake depicting both of their heads.
Natalie says, she acknowledges the cake design was “very nontraditional” but explains, “Halloween was coming, my husband loves horror movies, and I like sculpting humans.”
A 1:60 scale model of a Boeing 777 airplane crafted from thousands of small cut pieces of manila folders by the creative artist Luca Iaconi-Stewart. Luca has been working on the model on and off for the past five years and he expects to finish in early 2014.
The All-Russian Exhibition Center has built an upside-down house as a tourist attraction in Moscow. Everything within the home is upside down, the ceiling is the floor and all the furnishings are attached over visitors’ heads, even the cars in the driveway is upside down as well.
Admission is 300 rubles, or about $9 at today’s exchange rates.
Artist Randall Rosenthal carves and paints solid blocks of wood into amazing realistic sculptures of paper objects.
Rosenthal work has gone wildly viral, thanks to the cardboard box chock-full of cash sculpture that was created in 2011. According to The Huffington Post, the “box of money” took a total of three months to complete.
Scroll down to see more of Rosenthal’s realistic wooden sculptures that would make you want to reach out and grab it.