- 3D Visualisations
George Tyebcho is a young 3D artist who creates stunning visualisations. His work is a breath of fresh air in the digital landscape, and what particularly caught our attention are the car visualisations he creates. Naturally, we were honoured to ask this inspiring designer some questions.
Can you give us some background information about yourself?
‘I am a digital artist from Tbilisi, Georgia. My background is in cinematography. I worked as an art director in cinematography for about six years. Those years strengthened my theatrical vision and helped me develop my aesthetic vision.’
How would you describe your work and style?
‘In my digital artworks I always try to mix surrealism with the physical, the material. Moreover, my compositions often have a luxurious and tactile quality, which is related to what I call my aesthetic vision of framing.’
Why did you choose cars as one of the objects in your visualisations?
‘In some artworks, I indeed choose cars as the objects of my design. For me, they represent the history of a certain period. In that sense, they are also different from my other visualisations.’
‘In my digital artworks I always try to mix surrealism with the physical, the material’
What programmes do you use for your visualisations?
‘I use many programs to create my artworks. Some examples are C4D, Marvelous, Octane, and others. Although I must say that my main goal is to achieve such realism without any work in post-production.’
Where do you draw inspiration from?
‘Sometimes I collaborate with other designers. Furthermore, my works always communicate my own ideas and vision. I am currently working a lot on my vision, as well as my taste and the way I take in my surroundings.’
What do you still hope to achieve? Are there any particular projects or visualisations that you would still like to do?
‘At the moment, I mainly want to hone my skills and further develop my own vision. The digital world has a great future ahead and gives many artists the opportunity to interact with people. They are able to express the ideas and emotions they hold inside. So I am especially curious about where my own art will take me. (laughs)’ At Imagicasa, we are sure that we can expect to see some great things from George Tyebcho in the future. Work like his reminds us of the possibilities that technology has brought to creative people in recent years. And George is certainly creative.
Visualisations by George Tyebcho