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the back alley | Stefan | Flickr

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A shabby back alley, Maarten Hof on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/dOGYNK

This scene is rendered real-time in Blender EEVEE. I have been working on a few personal projects that never saw the light of day. I wanted to try out EEVEE in Blender and this back alley is basically a combination of a lot of props I made for other projects. I also used a few props from a trash set by Clinton Crumpler. The graffiti is made by a local artist here in Malmö: "TU". (If that's you, contact me and I'll give you proper credits) My main inspiration for this piece was a concept art…

Over time, both the British and the Chinese governments found the massive, anarchic city to be increasingly intolerable - despite the low re...

Taken by Canadian photographer Greg Girard in collaboration with Ian Lamboth the pair spent five years familiarising themselves with the notorious Chinese city before it was demolished in 1992.