Rob Bryant Jr creates beautiful 3d photorealistic textile, so I wanted to share with you his digital portfolio.
That’s why I think I love 3D art so much. You can find a variety of styles, technics and subjects, from architectural visualization to still-life, futuristic space ships, cartoon characters, and… digital knitting patterns!
Rob Bryant Jr focused his talent on two major subjects: knitting patterns and human likeness.
For this article, I will focus on his 3D textile artworks, but you’ll find at the end of this article all the links to see his full portfolio.
You will see a variety of colors, shapes and textures that makes photorealistic 3D renderings and impressive results.
I think you’ll agree with me when I say that Rob Bryant Jr seems to be a very meticulous artist. He seems to find in digital knitting patterns a great playground to experiment.
In his textile exercice, he plays with a procedural technic that creates these incredible patterns. And as you can see, there’s a great sense of composition, DOF and light to those still-life images, than makes them stunning.
From the number of comments and likes I saw on Rob Bryant Jr – Behance account, I’m sure more 3D artists will try too to create 3D textile photorealistic renderings.
Hope to see more of his projects in the next coming months!
To see more of Rob Bryant Jr 3d artworks: