A very creative series, the Rides of the Wild brings a touch of animals to classic cars. The artist’s idea is to go beyond renders and encourage the imagination of the viewer. Something that can hold interest of a viewer, rather than be a comment in passing. Swiss artist Frédéric Müller matches animals to classic cars.
Rico Cilliers is a 21 years old freelance CG artist from South Africa. Renders created by the artist are impressive and imaginative, ranging from portraits to illustrations of some fantasy world.
Creatures of Zelda just got real in the art of Nate Hallinan. You haven’t known a fear of spiders until you see Skulltula in its realistic look.
Checkout these ‘realistic’ renderings of various characters from Naruto. The illustrations include several characters from the Naruto anime and manga, including the fabled Yamato dude who nobody has seen. They say he has been stuck in a tree for almost three years now. The renderings are the work of artist Olggah.
What do you think the real life pokeballs contain? The real life Pokemon of course. California based artist Gavin Mackey made a realistic rendering of several pokemon, imagining what they would really look like if found in the wild. and you know, they aren’t as lovable and cute as we see them in the anime and the game.
After billions of years floating in the emptiness of space, it seems only natural that celestial bodies of our solar system decide to take a little vacation. And what better place for that than our very own Earth. Photographer and graphic designer David Jordan Williams Our Solar System Takes a Holiday imagined what it would be like if our solar system decided to take a break and vacation on Earth.
Works of Italian designer Davide Panarella, the Seapower 750 GT, and its slightly shorter cousin the 650 GT are all set to ride the waves. Both hard keel boats are set to be marketed and manufactured by Italy based Seapower. While the 650 lives a simpler life being an evolution of the 550 GT, a previous design by Seapower, the 750 GT seeks to go a slightly different way.
These renderings by Vladimir Manyuhin show what famous cities of the world would look like if an apocalyptic scenario were to happen. We’ve already seen a bit of these renderings showing post-apocalyptic Kremlin. Now, the artist has gone a step further and covered the entire world.
Given its realistic appearance and the fact we don’t know a single thing about bows, we’ll have to say the Heretic is the coolest kid on the block. The composite bow is the work of deviantARTist Samouel.