"Magic’s just science that we don’t understand yet.” ― Arthur C. Clarke

Birdhouse Hairstyle

I painted birdhouse hair by hair. It took me around 8 hours. It would be impossible without Wacom tablet! I showed that technique in my tutorial – how to extract hair from a messy background, and paint back some hair!       FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail
Aug 20
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Free Phone Wallpapers

Feel free to use this photos as a phone wallpapers. All photos are taken by me and you don’t have rights to resell it, but feel free to share it as much as you want it!   Click on package to download a .ZIP file Click on images to download one by one         Download .zip file: Mobile wallpapers or go here to download one by one image.       FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail
Jun 24
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Grand Prize Winner

I’m proud to announce that I won the ‪#‎PhlearnAaron‬ photo contest! Thank you all for support! Thank you Phlearn, It is a great honour and pleasure! FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail
Jun 14
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Enjoying Sunset

  Enjoying Sunset I made the dress and the piano with a 3D software. Software I used: Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Marvelous Designer And of course, nothing without Wacom tablet 😉 FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail
Jun 07
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The Frog Prince

Inspired by a Grimm Brothers “The Frog Prince” fairy tale. Software I used: Zbrush, Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Marvelous Designer And of course, nothing without  Wacom tablet 😉  FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail
May 16
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Baxter Vs Octoman

Completely 3D elements except upper body of the Octoman. I started to learn new things to implement in my work. Software I used: Zbrush, Cinema 4D, Photoshop And of course, nothing without  Wacom tablet 😉  FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail

Berlin Mystery

Sherlock and Watson, Berlin Mystery. Short photo story Every time I travel, I like to take background photos for my future composites. This time I was visiting Berlin for some commercial work. Fortunately I had some free time to walk all over the city and to take some photos for my self. When I was shooting these backgrounds, I didn’t have anything in mind. I was just taking photos of places that I like. Few mounts later, I got an idea to make short photo story of Sherlock Holmes. As usual, first thing I like to do when I’m doing compositing work is to find appropriate background for my heroes. I searched through my computer archive, and find out that Berlin background will do the job perfectly. Then I made some sketches and start to shoot models in studio. Below you can see the photos and the GIF files how those photos were made. Enjoy.   GIF files. How it’s done.    FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestStumbleUponTumblremail