Posts Tagged ‘ Digitized ’

Stunning Optical Illusions With Makeup


A new project from photographer Alexander Khokhlov is prompting double takes and pushing portraiture in a new direction. The Moscow-based artist’s latest series, dubbed “2D or not 2D,” uses heavy makeup and post-production techniques to transform human faces into seemingly two-dimensional images. “We tried to make ‘alive posters,’” said Alexander Khokhlov. “It’s challenging to make people look like a poster while at the same time not very digitized.” He was working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan, and his wife, Veronica, whom he also describes as his muse.

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Low-Poly (Animals).

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The digital artist Timothy J. Reynolds from Milwaukee, put out a collection of digitized, low poly animals.  Simple yet inventive.  Check the method.
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