Hello, my name is Yulia Pidlubnyak, I'm from ymage works. Inspired by iconic paintings, I re-ymagined them in 3D world, focusing on architectural forms, textures, and light.

I left people out from these paintings to show what lies further, which is at first unnoticed to our eye. 

More info: ymageworks.com

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Cafe Terrace At Night By Vincent Van Gogh

Cafe Terrace At Night By Vincent Van Gogh

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Rue Granger
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3 years ago

To me the it doesn't have the same feel...probably because the people were omitted... still a very impressive image!

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Out of these paintings I reimagined, my personal favorite is Chop Suey by Edward Hopper. I think that one turned out well capturing the light and the mood. Also, the composition of the image without the people works well.

Some of the images, for instance, the American Gothic, look completely different from the original painting. And that is expected since people are the main subject in that painting. Chop Suey, however, still is a captivating image, even without the people in it.

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Chop Suey By Edward Hopper

Chop Suey By Edward Hopper

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Tony Moon
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3 years ago

I think you captured the essence of the light play by Hopper without the subjects, difficult task as he was a master of his art form. However, without the subjects it still looks so sterile and looses it appeal. You captured the background masterfully however, and I do want to commend you for that. Simply striking.

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I’d say my process is very similar to a 3D artist's approach to their work. Model, add light, and apply texture. Something that stands out is that I do my research and 3D work parallel to each other. When I learn and find something new, I test it immediately.

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Empire Of Light By Rene Magritte

Empire Of Light By Rene Magritte

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stellermatt
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3 years ago

this also shows just how great the original was/is

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Making one of these images took somewhere between 10-20 hours. The complexity of architecture and details added time to modeling. For instance, Paris Street; Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebote was the most time-consuming to model.

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The Dessert: Harmony In Red By Henri Matisse

The Dessert: Harmony In Red By Henri Matisse

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Magda Chudzik
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3 years ago

great job

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As with many artists, creative block happens quite often. Sometimes creating an image becomes very frustrating because it just doesn’t turn out to be how I pictured it in my head. To resolve it, I often look at work sketches of any famous artist. We are so used to seeing their final work that we forget that everyone starts somewhere. So seeing someone else work out a creative block problem is the biggest boost.

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Christina's World By Andrew Wyeth

Christina's World By Andrew Wyeth

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Bayu Angermeyer
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3 years ago

Nicely done, however I think your work would be stronger with the inclusion of the human subjects that make these paintings memorable.

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Nighthawks By Edward Hopper

Nighthawks By Edward Hopper

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Hans
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3 years ago

"We're CLOSED"

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Paris Street; Rainy Day By Gustave Caillebotte

Paris Street; Rainy Day By Gustave Caillebotte

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Tony Moon
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3 years ago

Its very good, but looks so sterile with no people....

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American Gothic By Grant Wood

American Gothic By Grant Wood

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Aahzmandus Pervect
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3 years ago

Why no people?

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