Thursday, April 15, 2010

And you are there, in the 15th century.

I scanned this in from the magazine 3D art & design; the artist is Fernando Russo, and a link is provided to an Italian website, but I couldn't find it. So I scanned it, pg. 15.

The point here is that if a single artist, however talented, can produce a realistic-looking image--using, he says, Cinema 4D software--of what life was like for an artist more than five centuries ago, then just about everything is possible, visually. Something to think about.

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