3D Featured Artist Hera Of Stockholm
This week’s featured artist is hera-of-stockholm, who I found on deviantART. Her work is rich in story, internal, reflective, sometimes funny and futuristic.
She writes in her Journal entry for 31 March 2014 on deviantART that she has just won the KoSa award (Kingdom of Sweden award) for her picture Deborah’s Discovery.
About the piece Hera writes: “People were talking about these places with awe and in silent voices. These far off and hard to reach places down in the yonder end of catacombs beneath the City. This was said to be a connection to the Otherworlds, a place where reality stopped and ‘otherness’ began.
However it was impossible to tell where the real border lay. And people who had been there seldom went back, and hardly talked about what they had seen there. But urban explorer Deborah Semardris was not afraid. So after necessary preparations she was ready to go. And deep deep down, she found the strangest place with an old well where luminescent and oddly smelling (not bad-smelling mind you, more like the other way around) green smoke welled up. From where did it come? And what was that semi-liquid and Very Strange glowing objects found by that mystery fountain? Suddenly Deborah became anxious, but also oddly attracted to this place…”
Created with 3D works from DAZ
To sail beyond the sunset
This work was inspired by these lines from a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson, “To sail beyond the sunset, and the baths / Of all the western stars, until I die,” and is a featured work on Daz Artist’s Guild, which can be found here
The work is created using DAZ3D work with 3D items from DAZ, Renderosity, Runtime DNA.
This Motley Crew
The artist writes: “All the robots in one happy group shot down in the warehouse halls.” The work was created using: 3D items from Runtime DNA, DAZ, Renderocity, ShareCG, 3D commune.
I admit that I would not be afraid to turn the corner and find myself in amongst this bunch of robots.
and finally …
“Suddenly there was a sparkling sound from the strange object…” Beings from some other time and place find an artifact from the past. Mystery, nostalgia and the artist remarks that she spent a lot of post work time working on the snow.
3D items from DAZ, Renderocity, Runtime DNA, Share CG
You can find a lot more of her work here