3D Artwork The Mini Dream Created by Phil Derbyshire

Clay-The Mini Dream © Phil Derbyshire

The Mini Dream - Phil Derbyshire

The Mini Dream © Phil Derbyshire

What a fantastic and microscopic world!

Hum3D Car Render Challenge, an annual render challenge, announced the winner of 2020 recently. As the long term partner of Hum3D, the best cloud rendering services provider, Fox Renderfarm is pleased to witness that there are more and more excellent car render artworks emerging year by year. This time we are honored to interview Phil Derbyshire, the 2nd place winner of the challenge and also the special prize winner from our Fox Renderfarm team.

Phil’s award-winning artwork, The Mini Dream, shows a fantastic and microscopic world, made with 3ds Max, Redshift, Quixel Megascans, Forest Pack Pro, ZBrush, Substance Painter, Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer. Phil described the artwork,”No matter how small you may be in the grand scheme of things, there is absolutely nothing that can stop you from dreaming big!”

Phil Derbyshire

  • Phil Derbyshire
  • 3D Artist at TekVisual, LLC
  • America

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