Artist Casey Richardson Creates Authentic-Looking 3D Computer Art

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 1, 2013 • References: cargocollective & beautifuldecay
At first, and even second and third, look, the work of Casey Richardson appear as real as any sculpture found in an art gallery. The only thing is that these particular sculptures would never be able to be displayed in such a space. That is because they only exist on Casey Richardson's computer. Or, more accurately, a digital space. Painstakingly illustrated using 3D software, the sculptures look deceivingly real.

Studying graphic design in Melbourne, Australia, Casey Richardson has got some serious talent. Bright, colorful and detailed, the scenes are just as interesting as how they were composed. Jené Gutierrez of Beautiful Decay raises an interesting question, "This has me wondering[...] how installation design and implementation will continue to be affected by advances in technology." Stats for Deceptive Digital Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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