Old Personal Project

I added this to my active portfolio, so I decided to repost it. I'll do the same with several other old works in the coming days. Technically this scene is far from being great, but it was one of the first finished ones I did and I still like it mostly. Software: 3Ds Max, Vray,… Continue reading Old Personal Project

3D sculpt of a Dean Yeagle sketch

This was something I had a lot of fun doing. It was actually part of a tutorial by Shane Olson, but I ended up changing a couple of things. I'm now actually obsessed with Yeagle's art and I'll probably make a couple of more sculpts of some of his concepts. https://www.instagram.com/p/BlBRIKthK8c/?taken-by=vaskopetrov https://www.facebook.com/vaskopetrovart/videos/978595988969711/ https://www.facebook.com/vaskopetrovart/videos/978599692302674/

“Living in a medicine chest”

I had a great time painting this today. I used acrylics and pastels. The title is taken from a Tom Waits song. The painting represents the emotional hunger every person has. https://www.instagram.com/p/BlU528oB8GT/?taken-by=vaskopetrov I also made this black and white version in Photoshop while editing the image I took. It's pretty cool and I might put… Continue reading “Living in a medicine chest”

Art Inspiration: Claes Oldenburg

With his saggy hamburgers, colossal clothespins and giant three-way plugs, Claes Oldenburg has been the reigning king of Pop sculpture since the early 1960s, back when New York was still truly gritty. In 1961 he rented a storefront, called it The Store, and stocked it with stuffed, crudely-painted forms resembling diner food, cheap clothing, and… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Claes Oldenburg