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paulk
06-18-2017, 01:10 PM
http://www.boredpanda.com/realistic-3d-drawings-nikola-culjic/?page_numb=1

If this guy IS self-taught and has been doing this for only 4 years, who needs software?

prometheus
06-19-2017, 07:18 AM
well..he would fail miserably in animation, he could try for ages and replicate an exact instance of the drawing he just made (which probably took quite a bit longer than a 3d render would do anyway for a still)
and replicating that image, for animation, in other perspective would be exremely hard, and would only reach disney level of animation accuracy.

Besides, I donīt think they look 3d realistic enough, they are great..but not at such level that it could compete with a proper 3d rendering, it is all a matter of how the client may want an illustration though.

Lighting and shadows seem a bit off in some illustrations here, and the strawberry doesnīt look good at all, that one I think I could even draw bettter manually..at least that one.

prometheus
06-19-2017, 07:25 AM
Take a look at this swedish artist Johannes Wessmark, he actually worked with some illustrations with lightwave and may still do, though this is paintings with acrylics which is his main occupation now as a photoreal painter, I actually got an invitation from him to help out with some 3d guidance courses, but at the time I didnīt have time...and we were also awaiting the next lightwave in order to produce better hair, so it was a question on setting up figures with hair, water, caustics and do pre-renders for him to paint after, instead of hiring models waiting for the right lighting and weather.

https://www.google.se/search?hl=sv&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1920&bih=914&q=johannes+wessmark&oq=johannes+wessmark&gs_l=img.3..0j0i30k1j0i24k1l3.480.3351.0.3647.17.1 7.0.0.0.0.111.1483.13j3.16.0....0...1.1.64.img..1. 16.1470...0i8i30k1.bpBaDsLY6us

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/T935FkIET2E/maxresdefault.jpg

djwaterman
06-19-2017, 10:43 AM
They are incredible, pencil and markers on paper, drawn and cut to create the illusion of 3D when viewed from a specific angle.

wesleycorgi
06-20-2017, 03:20 AM
well..he would fail miserably in animation, he could try for ages and replicate an exact instance of the drawing he just made (which probably took quite a bit longer than a 3d render would do anyway for a still)
and replicating that image, for animation, in other perspective would be exremely hard, and would only reach disney level of animation accuracy.

Besides, I donīt think they look 3d realistic enough, they are great..but not at such level that it could compete with a proper 3d rendering, it is all a matter of how the client may want an illustration though.

Lighting and shadows seem a bit off in some illustrations here, and the strawberry doesnīt look good at all, that one I think I could even draw bettter manually..at least that one.
I think you are missing the point of these as djwaterman notes. These are like those sidewalk chalk drawings meant to fool the eye. It would hurt my brain to try to have to draw/paint something so distorted.

prometheus
06-20-2017, 07:23 AM
I think you are missing the point of these as djwaterman notes. These are like those sidewalk chalk drawings meant to fool the eye. It would hurt my brain to try to have to draw/paint something so distorted.

I obviously do...
I am no sure what you mean by fooling the eye, is it ment to acheive a steroscopic effect? or what?
to me they simple look off in perspective and I do not see any kind of "good" 3d effect, especially noticable on the cellular phone, which looks like bad perspective drawing only.
Maybe they are perceived differently when looked at in real life..I donīt know, to me it doesnīt ring any bells anyway...it is also possible that I am aging badly with poor sight quality nowadays. :)

I think I understand when you refer to sidewalk chalks, or some sort of artsy graffity...in such cases there is a difference in reference background, we know there is a wall..and often with a flat background or just plain simple paint without any perspective backgrounds, in these images there is a clear photo in the background with depth and everything, that doesnīt make these painted 3d illustrations justice.

As for missing the points, no...what I said about realistic renderings and animation is Very to the point to what he refers to..who needs 3d software.

djwaterman
06-20-2017, 08:14 AM
Check link, scroll to bottom and watch video, you may then appreciate what you are looking at better.

http://www.boredpanda.com/nikola-culjic-art/

prometheus
06-20-2017, 08:28 AM
Check link, scroll to bottom and watch video, you may then appreciate what you are looking at better.

http://www.boredpanda.com/nikola-culjic-art/


ah..yep that explains it better and give another dimension to it indeed.

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07-07-2017, 10:41 PM
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