We asked the Domestika community on Instagram who their favorite 3D artists were
A few days ago, we asked the community to help us find their favorite 3D artists and designers. Below, we present a list of the most popular names: you’ll find experts in character creation and masters of VFX, as well as unique styles and new ways of using 3D.
The Dutch illustrator Eva Cremers has worked with clients such as Apple, The New York Times and Pull & Bear, but has stayed true to her own style: friendly, colorful, big-eyed characters, a reinterpretation of classic cartoons. Cremers works in a unique way on the skins of her little monsters, sometimes playing with their hair and sometimes applying soft textures that remind us of the plasticine of our childhood.
The Mexican Yasmin Islas uses 3D to illustrate, building characters and fantasy situations from fluorescent colors. Islas seems to be inspired by the aesthetics of Japanese manga, and shows a special predilection for the creation of friendly animals that are always smiling.
One of the most famous creators of filters for social networks today, Ines Alpha has worked with artists like Charli XCX. She is always in the forefront of the creation of masks and 3D and interactive makeup. Alpha makes her filters available to everyone, ranging from the beautiful to the undeniably surreal, on her own Instagram profile.
Chocotoy define themselves as "an art and design studio full of light and color", and we couldn't agree more: their characters, kind and colorful, remind us of the toys of our childhood, while playing with the color palette and construction of textures masterfully. Chocotoy work on a number of interesting projects, both created in collaboration with some of its clients and completely independent.
Behind a curious mask lies the identity of one of the most talented and mysterious 3D illustrators in the global creative industry. Originally from Mexico, Chamaco is known for the creation of characters through different 3D design tools and experimentation with shapes, colors and textures. He is an honorary member of Pictoplasma, and a regular contributor to Adobe, Nike and Nickelodeon.