Friday, November 18, 2005


It is necessary to tell that these ones does not concern to animation actually. These interiors have been developed by Grigory Lozinsky under the order of the our Government. We're place it here for you pleasure. Hope you like them.


Blogger hans said...

it's hard to say what technique was used, digital
paint or the 'oldfashioned' way. but it is refreshing
to see that there is so much hand crafted art in your country. here they would have been cold computer-
polished 3-d images.

11:36 AM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

I love this blog!!!!

3:59 PM  
Blogger Virginia Valle said...


4:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spectacular! I really love the perspective chosen and your execution. Thank you.

12:02 AM  
Blogger Tat said...

Thank you for the renderings, they are truly excellent and nicely detailed.

It would be safe for me to assume, Hans, that you haven't been to architectural/interior design school in US, and subsequently, haven't worked in the arch/ID office. F.ex., in this student gallery manual rendering is presented next to computer one - and professionals, obviously, do it better. Computer graphics are usually of the exteriors and produced for big-name, big-size firms. Interior Design Co tend to be smaller and don't have budget for fancy comp. programms/renderers, so we usually execute presentation drawings and renderings using mixed media, the old-fashioned way.
I have had experience of both worlds and I belong to the trade.

10:56 PM  
Blogger hans said...

you are right, I have no experience with that architectural art- direction. that's why I am probably so overwhelmed whenever I see designs with incredible perspective and three-dimensional accuracy. at disney I admired ken anderson for that reason, because he had studied architecture and had no problems to include that seemlessly in his drawings together with his cartoony skills. the same with herb ryman. in his case you could add an amazing painting style. anyway, I am just
getting excited whenever I see some
artwork well done and beautyful, no
matter what the background of the
artist is

4:32 PM  

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