Artwork Title: Survive,
Artist: Karin Kuhlmann 1998
Art Style: Surrealism
Digital art created with 3d software Poser and Bryce, edited with Corel Photopaint.
of the digital art technique used to create this image:
The man and the woman were modeled with Poser and imported into a Bryce waterlandscpe. The rendered image was postprocessed with Corel
Series: Early computer art works by Karin Kuhlmann.
The 3D Illustration Survive actually consists of two 3D images
that were merged in Photoshop in form of a digital collage and artistically edited. The two persons, the man who's floating in the water and the woman sitting on a stone were created with Poser and
imported into a Bryce waterlandscape. To produce a kind of torque, the group of people was duplicated repeatedly and the man is drifting towards a shiny door that opens in the background of the scene.
The persons have a gold, metallic surface. This emphasizes the unreality of the scene and the solidification of the people.
The background of this illustration was a very personal experience. My
husband was in hospital with a severe infection. His life was hanging on the proverbial "silk thread". I felt very helpless and all I could do was to wait, hope and pray.
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