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"Slice of Life" is a series of illustrations created by CG Artist Rahul Parihar, who is based out of Jaipur, India. Rahul used Blender 2.71 and Arbaro, a tree generation for povray that exports in Povray, DXF or Wavefront .OBJ files. One of the images also features the 'Were-Rabbit' model, which was created by Albin and obtained via BlendSwap.
Love the details on this set of teeth, gums and tongue by Montreal artist Luc Bégin. Those detailed closeups are actually parts of a woman that Luc is creating, on a thread over at CGFeedback. While the woman Luc is making is beautiful, looking at the set of teeth, gums and tongue surface satisfies us alone in the area of CG shader and texture porn... you kinda forget about these cool parts once you see her full face. Not a criticism at all, by the way. We just like it dirty and weird. Have you noticed those saliva bubbles on the top of the teeth??
Check out the amazing and beautiful pixel art painted by Yuriy Gusev. If you've ever made an attempt to do some pixel art, literally pixel placement by pixel placement...you'll surely appreciate the mad skillz by Yuriy.
From the Den Danske Filmskole (The National Film School of Denmark), created by director William Reynish over a span of one year. Whole was made using Blender; rendered in Cycles and comped in VSE. The animation is pretty psychedelic and there is even a stereoscopic version of it (the "regular" version was killer already! we will be checking out the stereo version!!). In addition, the assets from Whole will be made available on Blendswap.
Stunning render by Oleg Memukhin (monkibase), modeled entirely in Blender, alien head sculpted using ZBrush and rendered in VRay. Oleg's creature design was inspired by Range Murata, Vitalii Bulgarov, Robocop and others.
Check out this eye-catching animation, which has been rendered using Appleseed. Appleseed is a modern, physically-based renderer designed for production rendering and is released as open source under the MIT license.