Have you ever seen an image and thought how natural the materials look and only then have you learned that it was entirely digital? You would probably stay in awe and imagine how masterful the artist must be. One such digital artist is a Madrilenian, Luis de la Barrera-Montenegro.
Luis is a 3d artist and illustrator from Madrid, Spain, whose most famous work is Tools (presented below). In this project, he has skillfully drawn hand tools such as a hammer, screwdriver, saw, and wrench in such a way that they seem so natural and real. But the reality is that they are born digital
Luis de la Barrera-Montenegro’s digital project:
Compact circular saw
Sci-fi city by Luis de la Barrera-Montenegro
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