Australian based Brisbane artist Graffiti Technica turns to software and screens for his creations instead of old office building walls with paint spray cans and unleashes his unique 3D designs worldwide for all to see. As a child of the 80’s Graffiti Technica can still remember where he was when he first heard a modem dialing up and connecting over a telephone landline and working on his first PC the Amstrad CPC 6128 which had 64k of ram and a 4MHz chip. So with Graffiti Technica coming from an 8bit background he has grown up influenced by technology and gives the modern world a taste of what modern graffiti should be – for everyone.

3d graffiti – ‘After from Graffiti Technica on Vimeo.

Reading through the comments on Graffiti Technica’s Vimeo posts and there is a lot people wanting to know how he does that 3D online magic. Well to create those beautiful works of art Graffiti Technica uses Illustrator and 3ds Max, with either Vray, or defult scanline as the renderer, and using a Canon 7D DSLR camera he walks around videoing scenes for the next online 3D Graffiti Technica project.
A lot of the new work is short sharp and super cool. Check out the website or Vimeo Channel for lots more cool 3D work.

3d animated graffiti – Sketch 63 Brisbane from Graffiti Technica on Vimeo.

Also depending on what style and vibe I want the work to have. For comp’ing I use Photoshop and After effects. That being said i think you can use any software you like as it isn’t about what program you use, it’s what you do with it.

3d animated graffiti – sketch 30 from Graffiti Technica on Vimeo.

3d graffiti – sketch 30 Brisbane City from Graffiti Technica on Vimeo.

For more super amazing 3D art visit Graffiti Technica.

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