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hi i would like to ask ... how did you managed to create the leters on the cologne , i doubt it`s a texture, however it looks preetty awesome and close to reality. then what about the human bodies on both pieces relativity and haunted bathroom? are those imported from poser?? ... well i really enjoyed your work ...hope you come up with answers cause if you created those human bodies in bryce, i`m gonna have to practice damn hard...
All art is derivative.
I don't think Escher worked in 3D.
I also believe that this is Harald's early work, as testified by his comments. As such, it is far better than anything I've attempted since I am neither a graphic artist nor an animator.
I am just and old artist who has been at it since the 50s.
Keep up the good work Harald.
i like your version of escher's relativity, it's very imaginative
Hello to all visitors of my VERY OUTDATED pics here.
To make it clear for all of you: yes, "Relativity" IS an original lithograpy from M.C. Escher (and he was Dutch). I gave my version of this pic the title "ESCHER'S relativity" when I made this pic ca. 7 years ago. But due to the obviously difficult communication to the webmaster(s) here the title still is not changed. So, the title, I gave to the pic is "Escher's relativity" and the original can be found here:
more Bryce 3d pics from me can be found on my (also very outdated) site:
"Relativity" is just a remake of an Escher's painting. It would have been a lot better if it could have given another 'perspective" to the picture. Well, not so easy to do, it needs some real inspiration.
que merda de trabalho esquece o 3d e vai para trolha.