24 March 2005

This is cool: Animator Makes Waves as Artist

From Wired.com


NEW YORK -- If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, oversized heads, alarmingly cherry-red lips, blotchy skin and sharp scroll-like claws are en vogue, at least in the digital world of artist Ray Caesar.

Here is his website.

This *almost* makes me want to pick up the rendering tools again... ;-P



Blogger Lee H. said...

Those are INCREDIBLE. It's nice to see that someone can actually get digital prints to be taken seriously as original artworks... I'd begun to think it was impossible.

His work reminds me a little bit of Mark Ryden, who I also like a lot. (Ryden's a painter, though, not a digital artist.)

9:41 AM, March 24, 2005  
Blogger CatsFive said...

I am also haunted by the last paragraph in his "method" section:

As my work is printed I am often asked about my original, but it exists only in the computer in a dimensional world of depth, width and height. I am fascinated by the concept that this 3 dimensional space exists much as another reality and even though I turn the computer off, I am haunted by the fact that this space is still there existing in a mathematical probability, and the space that we live in now might not be all that different.

5:33 PM, March 24, 2005  

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