Wednesday, July 28, 2010

A model of T-34

Hello everyone!
This time I'm sharing with you some pictures of my T-34 Russian tank. I made it two years ago and it is the colours, washing, and the details I'm especially proud of. For the background I used a picture from an old picaresque calendar. It is a real pitty that a human life is so short, otherwise model making is a great hoby. I personally see it as 3d live painting.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010


I have just dug out some of my works in 3D. I thought they were lost due to my harddisk broke down. Enjoy...

A Bosnian Shield. Modelled and rendered in 3ds max, 5 years ago, while I was going to be a 3d animator... Luckily, I quit just in time to stay sane...
Halal olsun for all you webmasters, of course. Use it on your logos as much as you wish!

I entitled this one Deserted Soviet energy facilities on Mars. I modelled it in Rhinocerous ( a great software, I highly recommed it, sadly life is too short...) and later imported into Bryce for the environment. I photoshopped the red star sign, for it was more versatile method.
I like it very much.

The Sebilj in Sarajevo. It was supposed to be a part of a virtual Sarajevo project, so I remember that I thorouhgly photographed all the details, on and around the Sebilj in order to be highly accurate. I think I managed it...

A tank. I used a cheap chinese model toy, probably T-55, or T-74 chinese version of this tank. Thus this "plastic" look. I am sorry now for not finding time to work on details and textures.
Blah, never mind!

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Monografija "Sandžački Bošnjaci"

This time I'm a bit happier than usual, so is this post!
Recently I have participated in a great project about Bosniaks in Sandzak, a region that once was a part of Bosnia, and today is a part of neighboring Serbia.
I provided about twenty illustrations about some great Bosnaiks, some of which you can see below.