Polygonal Anatomical Insects


Insects are often the subject of artists with their mysterious and colorful worlds. So far, we have included flowers, leaves, insects made of bamboo and many others as fine hand work. As for the Swiss artist Istvan, the other Chaotic Atmospheres draws exquisite polygonal insects with the opportunities offered by the digital media.
From Butterflies From Polygonia and Biotop From Polygonia, an array of randomly generated insect species by CG artist and illustrator Chaotic Atmospheres. Aesthetically, both series pass through a polygonal universe. Anatomic elements of insects are polygons in general terms.
There is also a night version for all the insects. The
artist, who likes beetles very much, has photographed them as macro photographers for many years. So it is very logical to take insects in Biotop From Polygonia. He wanted the set to look like entomology plates in the insect collections exhibited in the museums.
The species is imagined as if they were living on a polygonal (polygonal, polygonal) planet. Inspired by the terrestrial species while creating some species. Each species has four to eight instances from different subtypes. First of all, he defined the basic features of each species (extra legs, wings, etc.) and built all the insects on these foundations in Cinema 4D. Then he made the final edits in Photoshop. The series is quite spacious. It contains 100 insect species, and there are 100 night versions of the same.
Chaotic Atmospheres' Biotop from Polygonia series has achieved great success in NeonMob. Thus, last summer, Butterflies decided to create a series similar to the previous one with Polygonia. This time he only drew butterflies. The creation technique and the programs it uses are the same as Biotops From Polygonia. 100 different butterflies and 100 of them also produced night versions.
You can follow the artist's work via the website and the Behance profile.
Source: poxox blogsThe insects are often the subject of artists with their mysterious and colorful worlds. So far, we have included flowers, leaves, insects made of bamboo and many others as fine hand work. As for the Swiss artist Istvan, the other Chaotic Atmospheres draws exquisite polygonal insects with the opportunities offered by the digital media.
From Butterflies From Polygonia and Biotop From Polygonia, an array of randomly generated insect species by CG artist and illustrator Chaotic Atmospheres. Aesthetically, both series pass through a polygonal universe. Anatomic elements of insects are polygons in general terms.
There is also a night version for all the insects. The
artist, who likes beetles very much, has photographed them as macro photographers for many years. So it is very logical to take insects in Biotop From Polygonia. He wanted the set to look like entomology plates in the insect collections exhibited in the museums.
The species is imagined as if they were living on a polygonal (polygonal, polygonal) planet. Inspired by the terrestrial species while creating some species. Each species has four to eight instances from different subtypes. First of all, he defined the basic features of each species (extra legs, wings, etc.) and built all the insects on these foundations in Cinema 4D. Then he made the final edits in Photoshop. The series is quite spacious. It contains 100 insect species, and there are 100 night versions of the same.
Chaotic Atmospheres' Biotop from Polygonia series has achieved great success in NeonMob. Thus, last summer, Butterflies decided to create a series similar to the previous one with Polygonia. This time he only drew butterflies. The creation technique and the programs it uses are the same as Biotops From Polygonia. 100 different butterflies and 100 of them also produced night versions.
You can follow the artist's work via the website and the Behance profile.

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