3D Studio Max

All Things Fall, Massacre of the Innocent.

Based on the painting “Massacre of the Innocent” by Rubens, has created a zoetrope of insane detail. The 300 plus figures, and architectural elements were modeled in 3D Studio Max and Z-Brush. They were then printed using a 3D printer to create the final result. When rotated and illuminated with a strobe light, the scene comes to life with total effect showing the gruesome carnage depicted in the original painting. It took Burdon 6 months to complete the modeling and animation, and frankly based on the level of detail I’m surprised it didn’t take longer. The original painting is below the video.

« Le Massacre des Innocents », huile sur bois (Hauteur. 142 cm ; largeur. 182 cm) d’après Pierre Paul Rubens vers 1610-1612, appartenant aux musées royaux des beaux-arts de Belgique de Bruxelles. - Inv. 3639, photographiée lors de l’exposition temporaire « Rubens et son Temps » au musée du Louvre-Lens.

« Le Massacre des Innocents », huile sur bois (Hauteur. 142 cm ; largeur. 182 cm) d’après Pierre Paul Rubens vers 1610-1612, appartenant aux musées royaux des beaux-arts de Belgique de Bruxelles. – Inv. 3639, photographiée lors de l’exposition temporaire « Rubens et son Temps » au musée du Louvre-Lens.

Predators, 3D Illustrations by Maxim Shkret.

Working with 3D Studio Max, Z-Brush, and Photoshop, Russian designer and illustrator Maxim Shkret has created a series of animal illustrations with a flat, yet sculptural feel. If Shkret hadn’t listed the software used on his Behance page, I probably never would have guessed 3D. Now that I know, I can totally see it. The thing that really draws me to these though, is the fact that they don’t look like your typical 3D model/illustration. Great work. Each one is also available for sale as a printed piece on his site.

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