3D ART DESIGN INSPIRATION | 01

3D ART DESIGN INSPIRATION | 01

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leo Natsume

Leo Natsume is a Designer and Illustrator he has experience working with prestigious companies such as Google, Microsoft, Adobe, Nike, Disney and Mercedes.

Leo's portfolio is available via his website, he also shares his work on Dribbble, Behance and Instagram.

Recently Leo announced his new NFT Collection for 2023.

Image: leo Natsume
Romain Braccini

Romain is a motion designer & illustrator, some of his latest work are listed below.

ABUNIYEH|NFT

MECHA BUNNY Animation

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Aender Lara

Rigging flames in Blender Tutorial

Anthony Azekwoh

Anthony is a self-taught Artist from Lagos, Nigeria. He paints digital art with Photoshop, Procreate and Infinite Painter.

Yasuke  彌助

Images: Anthony Azekwoh


New sculpture art "Sabine".

Abrar Khan

Rogue 2059

FANART is based on "The Division 2". "A rogue agent re-imagined from a distant future. Ref photo was taken from Fashionsnap"

Image: Abrar Khan
Favour Ayorinde

Favour is a 3d designer, brand and packaging designer from Nigeria.

3D Room Designs I Created inspired by Shevon videos
Upcoming YouTube Entrepreneurs You Should Be Watching

Shevon Salmon is currently a Tech/Lifestyle YouTuber in Canada. His YouTube channel currently has 277K subscribers after a very successful year in 2022. Originally from Jamaica, Shevon has been a content creator since early 2016.

Additional News

Polestar Opened a New Space On Madrid's Renowned Golden Mile Replaces Ferrari Santogal

Swedish EV manufacturer Polestar, a brand owned by Volvo group and Geely, recently opened the second 'space' in Spain. Their new headquarters is known as the Polestar Space.

Polestar And Volvo The First To Access Google New HD Maps.

The Volvo EX90 and Polestar 3, both of which are underpinned by Volvo's Scalable Product Architecture (SPA2) and utilise Google's Android Automotive operating system.

Polestar Expects To Sell 80K EV's in 2023! 60% YOY Growth

In 2023, Polestar anticipates worldwide production to rise by almost 60%, likely reaching 80,000 cars. This growth is expected to be driven mainly by strong sales of Polestar 2, and will be further reinforced in the latter part of the year with the first handovers of Polestar 3.

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