pierre & marie curie
The Arcade. Continuing my exploration of exterior visualization, I decided take a slightly different style. This is the arcade that acts as a spine for circulation with the housing units to the left and the sealed greenhouse to the right. So far I have avoided adding people to any of my interior render as I wanted the furniture and the objects I placed in it to suggest how the space might be utilized. For this illustration I decided to include line drawings of people to not only illustrate the scale of the cathedral like space but also show the transient, public nature of the space that will be bustling with movement. Very little post processing work involved in photoshop except overlaying some lines to show more of the tectonic nature of the space and adding people. The amount of detail, the reflections, shadows and even the material like the perforated metal goes to show how powerful the unbiased render engine in Thea is.
“An American seaman looks at the charred corpse of a Japanese flier brought up from the bottom of Pearl Harbor, where he crashed with his burning plane during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941 in Hawaii.”
Evil nature of nazis aside, you gotta give it to ‘em, they were visual geniuses.
This picture always cheers me up
St Dunstan in the East (Secret Garden, London)
The church was largely destroyed in the Second World War
and the ruins are now a secret garden.
dying cows wander in the burning oil fields, al ahmadi oil fields, kuwait, 1991, by steve mccurry
Behind the scenes from today
:/ When you have to try to think about how to talk to your dad about assessing what he values in his life because he’s getting too old and is literally going to work himself to death as a fireman because he’s addicted to consumerism and can’t afford to retire and continue to buy shit he doesn’t need.