1970s' Alaska Captured in a Photorealistic Artwork Made in Blender

Vadim Ignatiev continues the series of artworks depicting the mid-20th century USA.

CG Artist Vadim Ignatiev, a.k.a. James O'Brien, continues his series of photorealistic digital environments, portraying mid-20th century US, with one more marvelous 3D scene that could easily be mistaken for a genuine photograph at first glance.

With his latest creation, the artist captured the essence of Alaska in the 1970s, imagining a lonely convenience store and several snow-covered classic cars located amidst the stunning wintry landscape of The Last Frontier. According to the author, the scene was set up in Blender Cycles and is currently WIP, suggesting that we can expect even more marvelous renders in the near future.

And here are some of Vadim's earlier works, we highly encourage you to visit the artist's Facebook, ArtStation, and Twitter pages to check out more incredible illustrations:

If you would like to learn more about using Blender for environment art, here are some great tutorials that might help you out:

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