I so love this art.
What a great idea. In the personal art space, sometimes creating art needs a bit of inspiration. In this case, it is your own room. …recreated in isometric space. Brilliant.
Before beginning, it is very difficult not to credit much of the angular æsthetic of this style of artwork to the group of artists at eBoy (Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital)
Here are a few examples:
Making alternate lighting scenarios is not as common, but quite nice. Look at the effort of the architect student Sarah Gappmaier from Vienna on IG:
Tohimir Gvero from Switzerland had this wonderful outdoor isometric art to share:
Still interested in more? How about more three dimensional art? This art inspired by Gravity Falls is from PolygonRunway, which has a heap of cool videos showing how they create their art in Blender.
This one isn’t even blocky but more realistic (apologies for the instagram UI buttons):
Want to see how some of these artworks are made? I suggest watching a few of Polygon Runway’s videos here:
There’s even an app to help you create your own isoroom. Check out this one from ToolVox on IG:
Also try creating your own right in your web browser:
I found VoxEdit for Mac and PC, too. https://www.voxedit.io
Want to track even more isometric artwork?
There are many examples out there. Start searching and make some art yourself!
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