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An Artist Creates a Photoreal Korean Street Using Blender

The artwork is based on Steffen Hampel's online course.

Gaurav, a skillful 3D Artist who specializes primarily in creating breathtaking large-scale digital environments, has recently ventured into the realm of photorealism, demonstrating a gorgeous scene that can easily be mistaken for a real-live photo.

Dubbed "Korean Street", Gaurav's new artwork portrays a vivid street scene reminiscent of Korean cities, complete with low-rise buildings, authentic street signs, and a plethora of captivating details. According to the artist, the inspiration for this environment stems from Steffen Hampel's course on creating photorealistic Japanese alleyways, while the piece itself was made using Blender and Photoshop.

"I love Korea, and I really want to work there, that was my main goal," commented the creator. "All the hard work I put in to make this project was the love I have for Korea, that was the real driving force behind it, even before the course from Steffen Hampel."

Here are the pictures Gaurav used as the main sources of inspiration:

And here are some of the artist's earlier works, you can check out more by visiting Gaurav's ArtStation page:

If you would like to learn more about creating 3D environments in Blender, here are some great tutorials that might help you out:

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