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All designers know the power of photoshop and the fantastic stuff they can create using it. There is always more to learn in photoshop, if you want your sketches to get painted photoshop is best tool. Digital painting is a beautiful art that requires too much experience and talent.
Wednesday, July 01, 2009 David Bray
Serge Birault’s illustrations are awesome and fun.
I usually get my ideas in a flash of inspiration. It comes when I least expect it and usually revolves around something I've seen or done recently. This piece came not long after I watched "Adaptation".
Allusion Yellena James uses pen and ink to create truly exquisite forms. What starts out as a single shape or line blossoms into magnificent mushroom-jellyfish hybrids, feeding my affinity for all things under the sea! Her artwork has been so perfectly described as “colorful arrangements of organic shapes and tangled lines (which) are at once floral and alien, organic and sci-fi, crafty and fantastic.” With each piece she tries to “create an intimate world that posesses its own ethos and its own emotional range.” She’s done illustration work for clients such as Anthropologie and Nike, and her work has appeared in numerous art and design resources and publications like Vogue Australia and Giant Robot.
While browsing i came across interview of an amazing digital artist Kerem Beyit on PSDTuts . Interview was really informative and creative work of Kerem Beyit was stunning.
Today, we bring a collection of the most meaningful and conceptually creative surreal artworks.
In the late 1990's, Sorayama was approached by the Sony Corporation to design an organic robotic form. It became the famous "AIBO" dog, now in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and then Smithsonian Institute of Technology. Intrigued by the effects of light on various metallic surfaces, and always ready for challenges to his technique and imagination, he began to produce a series of female robotic figures in the late 1970¹s; anatomically correct in form, but appearing to have been fashioned of molten silver. The term "sexy robot" was coined to describe them. The term "Gynoids" was created by the female British SF writer, Gwyneth Jones, and developed by another British writer, Richard Calder.