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ISSUE 3 / MARCH-APRIL 2011

Nightmare Visions


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CONTENTS ISSUE 3 / MARCH-APRIL 2011

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On The Front One thing that impresses me about this image is the range of techniques that were used for its creation.

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Peekaboo The fear of clowns is unusual because clowns do not fit the usual stereotype for something scary; maybe...

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Don’t Look Down Lie, fight, annoy, brag; these are just a few things any boy will do to impress an attractive girl. A...

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Scary Monsters One definition of the word monster is; an imaginary or legendary creature that inspires horror or disgust.

Said to be fallen angels, demons are similar to monsters in that they are creatures that inspire horror...

Creepy Crawlies The fear of bugs is different to the other phobias mention thus far since most bugs are very small, much...

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EDITORS LETTER:

“Don’t let the bedbugs bite”

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alloween is not till October, so why show scary images at this time of the year? This is probably just one of the thoughts that entered your mind when you first saw this issue; however art has no time frame, and the month at which it is seen does not affect the quality of the work, or the impact it has on the person viewing it. Besides, it’s good to try something different every now and again. This issue is about some of the things the average person might have a nightmare about, and common fobias many have, for instance the fear of heights. Throughout your life there are many things you have seen or will see that make you frightened, some things more than others. The more frightened you are of something the longer it stays in your mind, and sooner or later, you’ll have a nightmare about it. Although not all these fears can be squeezed into this magazine, I would like to think this issue contains the common ones. Enjoy. Let’s just hope you don’t have a nightmare about any of the images you see in here.

R.Bray

Richard Bray Editor

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On The Front O

ne thing that impresses me about this image is the range of techniques that were used for its creation. Digital painting, digital photography and 3d illustration are just a few things Ma-

nipula Studio had to do to put this image together. Costume production, hair styling, make-up, the list goes on. The background was modelled with 3d studio max, animal carcass was used to create the tearing effect on the body, and the Baron’s portrait in the background was painted based on old films. All in all, this is an amazing looking image which deserves the front cover of this issue, not just because of all the effort that that went into putting it together, but simply because it actually looks like a scene from a nightmare. The cobwebs, torn old wall, the eyeball looking directly at the viewer, it all gives the effect of a ghost haunting someone.

Image: The Baroness Artist: Manipula Studio Website: manipula.art.br Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbush

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Image: Carnival Daycare Company: Philip Herman Website: philip-vampire.cgsociety.org Software(s): 3ds Max , Zbrush


Peek-A-Boo

The fear of clowns is unusual because clowns do not fit the usual stereotype for something scary; maybe it’s the way they dress, or the make-up on their face, but something about clowns brings out fear in some people. The scientific term for this condition is coulrophobia, and experts say it is usually caused by a traumatic event during early childhood, but maybe seeing some of these images may change your mind about clowns for good.


Image: The Clown Artist: Hugues Thibodeau Website: htib.ca Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: Happy Clown Artist: Ricardo C. Rocha Email: ricardocrocha@me.com Software(s): 3ds max, Zbrush


Image: Happy Days Artist: Sebastien Sonet Website: xxeb.net Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Clown Artist: Bernardo Barbi Website: bernardobarbi.blogspot.com Software(s): Cinema 4D


Image: Harley Quinn Artist: Nikita Volobuev Website: nikitanv.blogspot.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Mudbox


Image: Jester Artist: Salvatore Ferracane Email: salvatore_ferracane@libero.it Software(s): 3Ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Sad Clown Artist: Emre Dagtekin Email: mre-dagtekin@hotmail.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Pennywise Artist: Maxence Fleuret Website: mfleuret.blogspot.com Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Riverside Artist: Oers Sardi Website: oerssardi.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Don’t Look Down The fear of heights, or more specifically the fear of falling from a high point and dying, is something that many of us suffer from. Primarily this feeling is to prevent us from harm in an environment where falling could be dangerous, for example, falling from the roof of a skyscraper.


Image: Street Coner Artist: Chen Qingfeng Website: chen3d.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: The Sunshine After The Rain Artist: Zhuang Zhitao Website: taylor2010.cgsociety.org Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Titanic on vacation, New York Artist: Ben Althoff Website: benalthoff.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: Construction Site At Sunrise Artist: Arkin Esref Website: arkinesref.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: One New Building Design and Rendering Artist: Chen Qingfeng Website: chen3d.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Burj Dubai Artist: Waleed Abdeen Website: gandoza.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: Archi3d Artist: Chen Qingfeng Website: chen3d.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Turning Torso Artist: Anders Lejczak Website: colacola.se Software(s): Cinema 4D


Scary Monsters One definition of the word monster is; an imaginary or legendary creature that inspires horror or disgust. This immediately gives the idea that a monster is usually seen in a vision, or nightmare. Therefore some may conclude there is no need to fear something that is not in existence. But does knowing that monsters are not real that make them less scary?

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Image: Sewer Dwelling Monster Artist: Federico Scarbini Website: federicoscarbini.com Software(s): Maya, Zbrush

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Image: Banshee Zombie Artist: Maarten Verhoeven Website: mutte.cghub.com Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Jungle Monster Artist: Jonas Skoog Website: jonasskoog.com Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: Cthulhu Artist: Nikita Veprikov Email: veprikov.n@gmail.com Software(s): 3ds max, Zbrush


Image: Anti-Venom Artist: Candy Lab Website: candylab.co.uk Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: GOR - The goblin pirate Artist: Robin Benes Website: tes3d.com Software(s): 3ds max, Zbrush


Image: In the Likeness of the Beast Artist: Maury Ruiz Website: mauryruiz.com Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: Killing Fields Artist: Nathan Boyd Website: nathanboydart.com Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: Moozieel Artist: Wes Ware Website: wesart.com Software(s): Cinema 4d, Zbrush


Image: Nemesis Artist: Girish Srinivasagopalan Website: leoartz.carbonmade.com Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: Baron Artist: Tsvetomir Georgiev Email: psychoart123@abv.bg Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Paul Sullivan’s Undead Artist: Bruno Camara Email: bruno-camara.blogspot.com Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Doomsday Artist: Zaw Ye Myint Website: totalgameplay.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Doctor Zombie Artist: A. Martin Puentes Rivera Website: triplekeystudio.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Turtle Barbarian Artist: Jesse Sandifer Website: jessesandifer.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Mudbox


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Demons Said to be fallen angels, demons are similar to monsters in that they are creatures that inspire horror and disgust. But different from monsters as many believe demons are still in existence. Religion, mainly Christianity proclaims their existence and renaissance art gave them their look, but the choice to believe in and fear them is up to you.

Image: Demon Artist: Pierre Bourgeot Website: pierrebourgeot.com Software(s): 3ds Max, Zbrush


Image: Evil Laugh Artist: Damien Canderle Website: maddamart.com Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Gargoyle Artist: Maarten Verhoeven Website: mutte.cgsociety.org/gallery Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Inferno Artist: Jonathan Simard Website: joofdeath.com Software(s): 3ds Max, ZBrush


Image: Medieval Demon Artist: Maarten Verhoeven Website: mutte.cghub.com Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Talos-Demon centaur Artist: Emanuel Dasilva Luz Website: wix.com/elmoooo/emanuel-dasilva Software(s): 3ds Max, Mudbox


Image: Bat Creature Artist: Tsvetomir Georgiev Website: psychoart123@abv.bg Software(s): Zbrush


Image: Spider Artist: Antonio Peres Website: antonioperes3d.wordpress.com Software(s): 3ds max


Creepy Crawlies

The fear of bugs is different to the other phobias mention thus far since most bugs incredibly small, much smaller than a human being and not all of them are harmful. So it is somewhat unusual to be afraid of something that is also possibly more afraid of you. But the fear of these creatures might not be down to their size, but down to other factors. The way they look, the way they move, or the way they feast on their prey.


Image: Factory art space-Dusk view Artist: Yan Yu Email: superfish.yuyan@gmail.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Spider vs Caterpillar Artist: Antonio Peres Website: antonioperes3d.wordpress.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Cockroach Invader Artist: Marcos Falc達o Website: mfalcaofilho.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Spiders Lair Artist: Damien Harrison Website: imaganimation.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Spider Artist: Justin Reed Website: janoonibarbin.cgsociety.org/gallery Software(s): Maya, Zbrush


Image: A Vespid Artist: Kuan Fu Sun Email: skflsls@163.com Software(s): 3ds max, Zbrush


Image: The Hornet Artist: Ahmed AL Barazengi Website: ahmedmax.com Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: The Friendship Artist: Dawid Lubryka Website: ldawid.deviantart.com Software(s): 3ds max


Image: Hornet Artist: Dima Surinovich Website: baryonyx.cgsociety.org Software(s): 3ds Max


Image: Praying Mantis Artist: Victor Maiorino Fernandes Website: victormf.cgsociety.org Software(s): Softimage, Zbrush


I’m afraid thats it! A big thank you to these websites: 125magazine.com 3dtotal.com 3dm3.com area.autodesk.com fanthefiremagazine.com cgarena.com cgsociety.org issuu.com itsartmag.com rockthe3d.com scribd.com

And of Course a BIG thank you to you for reading the magazine. 66


Image: San Juan Artist: Daniel Schmid Website: danielvfx.com

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