Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:34 pm Post subject: Chris LaBrooy's stunning 3-D Porsche Graphics
The lure of images. In remote areas of northern Scotland, it seems as if one can either distill whisky or become an artist. Chris LaBrooy, thirty-six, opted for art. He generates fascinating images at his computer—and his favorite inspiration for these 3-D creations comes from Zuffenhausen. (see below for images)
LaBrooy’s 3-D graphics radiate an unusual calm and composure, due to the clean quality of the illustrations as well as the spaces in which the objects are embedded. On a filing cabinet below the bookshelf lies an A2 print. It shows a modern villa with a swimming pool in which twelve light blue Porsches bob side by side. A key element of such an image is the sophisticated architectural backdrop.
Unique take on reality
In order for the architecture to appear as realistic as possible, LaBrooy leaves nothing to chance. “I have an enormous library of all conceivable materials, textures, and surfaces. That allows me to replicate nearly every building with the realistic qualities of a photograph,” he says. Yet his watchful eyes and camera are constantly in search of new materials—for example, from the ancient and hidden fortress that was never attacked.
As a designer, he is also fascinated by the Porsche brand and the constant evolution of its models. “The transfer of engineering from motorsport projects to road-going models gives me an extra sense of confidence as a driver,” he adds.
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