Japanese Liminal Spaces Imagined in Blender

Here's a collection of realistic eerie environments created by Taira Kakeru.

Taira Kakeru, a CG Artist specializing in creating spooky digital environments, continues the series of highly detailed liminal spaces inspired by Japan. Recently, Taira has gained attention on Twitter with a new brief demo featuring several impeccable 3D liminal spaces, depicting familiar yet at the same time unnerving locations, such as an empty bookstore, a desolate laundry, a restaurant with no customers or staff, and more. To create these eerie scenes, the artist utilized Blender, a free and open-source 3D modeling, texturing, animation, rendering, and VFX software.

Also, check out some of Taira's previous Blender-made liminal spaces:

Over on the artist's YouTube channel, you can also see some behind-the-scenes footage that shows how the environments looked during production:

We highly encourage you to visit Taira's Twitter page to check out more of the author's awesome projects. And if you'd like to create such environments yourself, here are some comprehensive tutorials on setting up liminal spaces in Blender:

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