That Imagicasa can taste a stunning visualisation once in a while, readers no doubt already know. This time we are not dreaming away at inspiring interiors or architecture, but rather at cars. Fluid shapes, a film-like setting and sandy shades: these two visualisation artists take us into their dream world.
Readers were already introduced to this French visualisation artist during our summer edition. Hugo Fournier made his name worldwide with his colorful and dreamy visuals. This can certainly be called a remarkable achievement, given that he learned all the tricks of the trade himself. He decided to continue on his own and to fully immerse himself in the virtual world. That turned out to be a great success, because by now Fournier has been working full-time as a digital artist for several years. The cars he captures virtually on screen can be called slightly surrealistic, to say the least. You only have to take a look at his Comfy Car and Soft Car and you understand perfectly why the Frenchman's work is labeled "dreamy".
Bij een autovisualisatie kan de moeilijkheid soms liggen in het tonen van het perfecte glas.
The other visualisation artist is Aktore Tuleubayev. With an art education behind him, a career as a digital artist was perhaps not immediately on the horizon for 27-year-old Aktore Tuleubayev, who is based in Şımkent, Kazakhstan. At the age of eighteen, while working as a painter, he was introduced to 3D visualizations.
With each project, the designer forms an image of what the design will look like in the early stages. "With an auto-visualisation, the difficulty can sometimes lie in showing the perfect glass, so unfortunately this doesn't always work out." Although that was clearly not the case here. He is therefore convinced that this auto visualisation will be the first of many, fortunately for us. Want to know more about auto visualisations? Read the full article in Imagicasa Design 2021.
Header image: Visualisation by Hugo Fournier
Image 2: Visualisation by Aktore Tuleubayev
Image 3: Visualisation by Aktore Tuleubayev
Image 4: Visualisation by Aktore Tuleubayev
Image 5: Visualisation by Aktore Tuleubayev
Image 6: Visualisation by Hugo Fournier