Hotline Miamiesque Wallpapers and Wallpapers with a 80's neon vibe are all welcome.
Just finished these two.
Hope you guys like it.
Couldn't figure out which side I liked best, so I just made 2 versions.
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It really helps me out.
Just kidding, just enjoy the papes my dudes.
These are killer. IMO the planets don't fit the aesthetic. I'm an architect and do loads of modelling and 3d designing; what program did you make these structures in? Are they based on anything? The colonnade sort of resembles an Egyptian form but the thing itself looks like a Ziggurat of some sort
Nice work Anon.
Thanks for the compliment anon, I agree that the planets don't quite fit.
But aesthetically, I needed something else in there for balance, more notably the side view. Front view could do well without it, but the facade of the building was pretty flat due to the angle.
As for the architecture, it is indeed a Ziggurat. The inspiration mainly came from the ancient Sumerian Ziggurats (specifically, the Ziggurat of Ur). I took some artistic liberty with the design, but I tried to keep it as accurate as possible. I debated whether or not to add a dome to it as well, and asked a few of my ArtH professors whether a dome was a common feature, but I ultimately decided against it.
As for the program it was modeled in, I created it in Blender. It's not all one mesh, with the main body and sub features being separate.
Ultimately, the whole reason for the pape was to see if a Ziggurat could fit into the style. They're one of my favorite types of ancient structures. I started the project almost a year ago and dropped it. I only just now picked it back up and finished it.
sorry for the book of text
>tl:dr Blender, Sumerian Ziggurat
I can assure you, I did not.
But you're right, they definitely do look like that.
I was a bit heavy handed on the bloom in the first place, I went back in and toned it down.
It doesn't really do the front view any favors, dead on they just look like neon lines. But side view is less intense with the bloom.
Getting rid of the bloom actually made the image a bit more sharper as well.