Samson Shafran’s 3D art displays draw inspiration from the female form. The mannequins are shapely and are made to mimic womanly bodies, all of whom stare ahead with piercing gazes.
The textile design student connected his interest in style with his work. The models are often used as fashion illustrations, showcasing floral dresses and intricate patterns in a way that would be unavailable without the digital enhancements.
Shafran operates by way of a series of online programs, inclusive of the exact software that director James Cameron used to produce his characters for the Avatar film. The frozen women usually take about three weeks to produce, a result of the outstanding detailing.
Strict, totalitarian elements are key to these productions, echoing the spirit of Soviet Russia.
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