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Check Out Gaku Tada's New Watercolor 3D Render Made in Blender

The master's latest artwork was created with Grease Pencil.

Even after being showcased multiple times here on 80 Level, the stunning illustrations of Visual Artist and Art Director Gaku Tada still never fail to capture our attention and continue to inspire us throughout the years.

Recently, the creator expanded his mesmerizing collection of watercolor-like 3D renders with a new stunning artwork depicting a lonely wooden lawn chair surrounded by several bare trees. Much like the artist's previous works, the latest render was set up in Blender with the help of its Grease Pencil, a specialized tool that allows you to draw in the 3D space. In addition, the creator used a noise-mixed color to set up the shadows.

And here are some more of Gaku's most recent works:

If you'd like to learn more about Gaku Tada and his watercolor renders, we highly recommend checking out our interview with the artist, where he talked about his artistic journey and discussed how Blender can help you create digital masterpieces. You can read the full interview by clicking this link

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