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Read Issue 33 : Ali Ries Digital Space Artist “I have looked to the stars all my life. To be connected to deep-space in any way I can is a dream come true.”

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Interview : Sebastien Hue 

“The main difference between fractals and 3D applications like Bryce is that usually when creating fractals one doesn’t really have a plan of what to create and how the result will look like. Fractals are more like “finds” and not plans….the possibilities are endless.”

Interview : Jeff Wal

“I have always been inspired by a variety of artists, art styles and genres, and regularly try different styles, often emulating artists that have stood out to me, to see what I can achieve. This is always a good thing to do and practice as you may need to create or match an existing art style.”

Interview : Ali Ries

“I have looked to the stars all my life. The Hubble telescope brought me closer to the wonderful spectacle that the Universe is. To be connected to deep-space in any way I can is a dream come true.”

Interview : Scott Richard 

“I do approach all of my art with a plan or prevision of the image in my mind.

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3D Art Direct Magazine Issue 18

3D Art Direct Magazine Issue 18 – Includes Tribute to Ray Bradbury

One minute it was Ohio winter, with doors closed, windows locked, the panes blind with frost, icicles fringing every roof, children skiing on slopes, housewives lumbering like great black bears in their furs along the icy streets.
And then a long wave of warmth crossed the small town. A flooding sea of hot air; it seemed as if someone had left a bakery door open. The heat pulsed among the cottages and bushes and children. The icicles dropped, shattering, to melt. The doors flew open. The windows flew up. The children worked off their wool clothes. The housewives shed their bear disguises. The snow dissolved and showed last summer’s ancient green lawns….”

So started the Martian Chronicles, penned by Ray Bradbury and published in 1950, at a time when Mars was still wildly thought to harbour life and the age of atom power was dominating science’s highways and byways.

Ray Bradbury was one of my favourite authors that I discovered in my teens and he left an enriching poetic mark on my then limited view of science fiction’s fascinating landscape.
With his death this week, I have to owe a few words to this wonderful author so I’ve given a brief review of  the Martian Chronicles in this month’s editorial of issue 18 of 3D Art Direct magazine.… Read the rest

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