• CGSociety :: Special Feature

    6 September 2012, by Paul Hellard

    Rounding out the talented crowd of artists who represented countries on their own in Ballistic Publishing's milestone Digital Art Annual EXPOSÉ 10, we briefly visit Lebanon, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan, just to name a few. In announcing the availability of EXPOSÉ 10, I am featuring the art, career and country of 18 artists within the pages of EXPOSÉ who carried their country's flag, solo.

    Carrying a record 239 newly published EXPOSÉ artists, from 548 images from 380 artists, selected from 11,010 submissions, this is a very fresh collection of art.  Using modern communication infrastructure artists can work for companies in any country, either as a remote worker or as a sponsored immigrant, dependant on VISA requirements. But who carried the flags of their home country and managed to be published as a solo artist?  Presented alphabetically, last week we met some great people. Click thru to read.

    This week I conclude the look into those who represent countries alone in EXPOSÉ 10.





    The Fall of the Pieomancers
    Liiga Smilshkalne, LATVIA

    Liiga Smilshkalne's CGPortfolio


    Tsai Residence
    3ds Max, V-Ray, Photoshop
    Nabil Hammoud, Tweenen Digital Art Studio, LEBANON

    Nabil Hammoud's CGPortfolio

    Nabil Hammoud's site


    The Innovation
    Maya, V-Ray, Photoshop
    Qasim Shuja, PAKISTAN

    Qasim Shuja's CGPortfolio


    The Garage
    3ds Max, V-Ray
    Ivan Schuler, PERU

    Ivan Schuler's CGPortfolio
    Ivan Schuler's site




    The good and evil
    Maya, ZBrush, Photoshop
    Rachid Jadir, QATAR

    Rachid Jadir's CGPortfolio
    Rachid Jadir's site


    Jet Bike
    SketchBook Pro, Photoshop
    Udara Chinthaka, SRI LANKA
    Udara Chinthaka's CGPortfolio
    Udara Chinthaka's site


    Saryth Chareonpanichkul, THAILAND

    Saryth Chareonpanichkul's CGPortfolio
    Saryth Chareonpanichkul's blog


    Beyond the wall
    Eldar Zakirov, UZBEKISTAN

    Eldar Zakirov's CGPortfolio





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