i absolutely love the style of your work- it's brilliant. Beautiful art has the infinite ability to transcend through anything- never bound by personal tastes or assumptions. I am not usually drawn to 3-dimensional or mechanical-like art- not that i do not like to view it & take it in & appreciate the beauty of it- but as far as feeling connected to it on a deeper level, it is not often the case. Not so, however with the work in your incredible gallery.
I have been spending quite a bit of time looking through it, and am just sucked in. It is really something special- harsh and heavy & machine-like but at the same time...sensual(?!) Glowing, radiant crystals filled, ever so delicately, with beaming melodies & breaths of life, yet all encompassed within insect-like, rigid, mechanical beasts- a contrast that is surprisingly appreciated & almost sort of stimulating. This one happens to be one of my many favorites
wow...seems ive walked into a bitch fight.. kiddin... excellent work dude... very talented and very nice.. wish i could achieve something as extreme as this design in photoshop... how long did it take you to make?
Really astonishing... you're skillz are awesome...
to those who can't believe its all made in ps... you can create whatever you want in ps...as long as you skillz are high enough and polaus proved again, that he is a master in what he does....
Dr3-3000, u sir, are an idiot. there isnt a 3d model to be seen newhere. i dont know what gave u the idea that it was modeled or rendered in the first place. u've just been sucked into thinking that because it has a shadow here, some light there there has to be a 3d model. it looks like a 2D (no offence ~Polaus) piece of unbelievably good art.
Hey. polaus. Love your work man. how long have u been doing this kind of images? How long have u been using photoshop? Just wondering... I've been using photoshop for one year and some months, and are still learning the trade (teaching myself to become a designer, lol). Anyway are just curius aboute talented people and their ways of working
I've seen a lot of digital abstract work on this site and they're all very same-y. Your stuff, however, has a slightly more organic feel to it (perhaps because you only use Photoshop) and this piece is a fine example of how you differ from other artists working in the field.