Story Below. ⚊ Art by: Jens Kuczwara (https://www.artstation.com/braindrain). Every single piece in the Artstation is insane. Check it out. Leave a like and a comment too. I’m sure the artist will appreciate it. ⚊ It all started with the lightest grain of sand riding the currents of the gentle wind. Serene, it travelled the winding streets in an undulating pattern. Up it went, and then down again. It shifted to one side then to the other. At that moment in time, together, wind and grain, graced the world with the smallest yet most beautiful dance. But all dances, no matter how delightful, came to an end. And this one was no exception. For the currents got distracted and the grain wound up in the tip of the nose of a passing old woman. She scratched her nose, and looked at the grain on her finger. A small smile crept up the edges of her lips. But it was not a smile of joy. No. It was a smile of irony. “And so the world ends, with a thundering tragedy and a silent harbinger.” Her eyes strayed to the horizon, and there where there should have been sunlight and clear skies, there was sheer darkness. The winds changed. They stirred and picked up, as if they were desperate to escape. And they did, but in their wake they lifted grain after grain of sand, creating a swirling, ever-growing wall of yellow and black, a sandstorm. But the woman knew all storms passed, and even then she still trembled. For the storm was as harmless as a single grain compared to what was brewing and growing in its core. Her gaze lodged on the approaching wall. On the crackling red thunder branching out from its heart. On the city-sized flames setting it ablaze. And then on the four burning maws of the endless, infernal worm that burst out of the storm. The people screamed, and the woman smiled. It was not a smile of joy. But the bittersweet smile of the last goodbye.
One more presentation for submission season to end! These are some stills from a heterotopia project I did for my Intro to 3D class. Will post the animation later cause IG is being annoying 👽 • • The idea was based on a pop up art exhibition called “The church of Elvis” and since its last appearance in 2002, people have been on the look out for it. But the church does exist, just not in the same way it used to. • • Hate Maya and rendering was a nightmare and it’s riddled with mistakes but - I’m pretty proud of having this as a first attempt 🍬 • • • #jukebox#3danimation#3dmodeling#animation#retro#cute#fantasyworld#elvis#maya#aftereffects
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