Photorealistic painting; Make your own "Cars"; more

  • Artist Cali Rezo creates some beautiful, photorealistic paintings in Photoshop, as well as more stylized pieces.  She shares some behind-the-scenes snapshots, as well as a step-by-step animation of a piece coming together. [Via]
  • I Met The Walrus is an Jerry Levitan’s story of how, as a 14-year-old in 1969, he snuck into John Lennon’s hotel room & recorded an interview.  The trailer (or is it the whole film?) features some great illustrated animation.  (More on the story is here.) [Via]
  • Make your car resemble those in "Cars" by following this tutorial.  Appropriately, a Pontiac Aztek gets a goofy, gap-toothed grin & actually looks better as a result. [Via]
  • Weirdly, I encountered the same topic on Autoblog just the next day.  They’ve posted some great examples, and now their collection of images is growing.

For more automotive rendering bits, see previous.

0 thoughts on “Photorealistic painting; Make your own "Cars"; more

  1. Really love most of your stuff. There’s another great site you might take a look at. They credit you and have lot of other cool information. Not sure what their title is now cause it looks like they’re changing.But, it’s or http://www.imaginginsider.com.
    Thanks, John!
    [Cool, thanks for the lead, Ringu. I’m not sure the world needs to hear more from me (! ;-)), but I’ll check out those sites for other good bits. –J.]

  2. Hi, I don’t know what’s going on, but I’m using FF 2.0 I I can’t see the background image of your site. The text comes out black on gray. Awful! What’s going on?
    [You’ve got me. This site always looks a little weird in FF on the Mac, but I haven’t had the time or patience to figure out why font sizing is totally different than in Safari and IE. –J.]

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