Joy Ride by Rinn
Rinn

Joy Ride

by Rinn in 3d Abstracts

So I made this for my AP Art portfolio submission to College Board. It's been a while since I've done any 3D abstract work, but I had the sudden motivation to make this piece in the beginning of the school year.

Modeled in Cinema 4D, postwork done in Photoshop

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  • leiko

    leiko

    i'm not usually a fan of 3-D abstract, but this one intrigues me. maybe it's the pastel colors. maybe it's the roller coaster like turns and uphills. maybe it's just because usually 3-D abstract looks very similar to me, but this looks different.

    Jul 8th, 2007 Reply
  • blindsoul

    blindsoul

    ...looks nice;)...:-X

    Jun 19th, 2007 Reply
  • XTAL

    XTAL

    Awesome. Reminds me a bit of Jessars work.

    Jun 13th, 2007 Reply
    • Tricks

      Tricks

      I was thinking the exact same thing :)

      Jun 22nd, 2007 Reply Staff :D need help? PM me
  • enii

    enii

    This is an amazing piece of work Rinnrinn. This would make for a lovely wallpaper or wall poster. There's a lot of things going on in this piece but yet you seem to be able to retain a simple aesthetic, which makes this piece work cohesively. I love it :)!

    Jun 8th, 2007 Reply
  • luminire

    luminire

    kinda reminds me of the airship in FFX. beautiful work.
    i still need to get my hands on c4d for mac. >.<

    Jun 8th, 2007 Reply
  • brads

    brads

    This is great. Love the smooth warped look.

    Jun 7th, 2007 Reply
  • 7Shadows

    7Shadows

    Lovely work, Rinn. I'm impressed at your design sense here. It's very nice.

    May 31st, 2007 Reply
  • richholt

    richholt

    Ooo this looks cool, makes me think of a futuristic/alien-like highway hehe :)

    May 31st, 2007 Reply
  • Matt

    Matt

    I'd be curious to see the abstract straight from Cinema 4D, to see what you've done in post-prod. Anyway, great piece of work. That should make a great wallpaper :) Or maybe a header for your page ?

    May 31st, 2007 Reply