I posted about the upcoming game Rustclad a year ago as it is an interesting take on the development process of a game. Everything in the game is physically made/sculpted using traditional techniques. Then these models are scanned into a computer and placed into the game engine to create the world.
The game looks like it is coming on well and I look forward to seeing the final thing.
Check out the Rustclad website for more information.
I got sent a link at work today to these beautiful images are of landscapes carved out of book created by Guy Laramée. they are such powerful images created from a simple idea.
Check out more images over at thisiscolossal.com.
It’s really interesting to see how they made these iconic Chest-Buster aliens for the films, and its great to have commentary from the guy who made them. The models are so simple yet they do look alive!
Beaubourg is an awesome sculpture/structure created by Nikolay Polissky as part of a festical in the Nikola-Lenivets art park. It’s such an interesting shape that you could get some amazing photographs in different lighting conditions.
Check out Contemporist for more images.
Please be warned, some of the images at the bottom of this post and shots in the video might be disturbing for some people.
Sam Jinks is one incredibly talented artist and he has made this photorealistic human scultures look astonishingly real, so much so that they are extremely creepy when you see the hair move and the camera pans in the video…
On my blog somewhere there are some more amazing sculptures with this amount of detail of people from some remote tribe- but for the life of me I cannot remember the name of the article so I cannot link you to it! If anybody finds them please let me know, as my tags were really lax when I started my blog!
Check out more of Sam Jinks’ amazing work over on his website.
Here is the Kotaku article that linked me to this amazing work.
What happens to abandoned amusement parks? They either stand empty, are dismantled or in this case they are crushed into a 4 tonne cube! What a brilliant idea and a great piece of art.
Check out more images and information over on WebUrbanistic.com.