My job was to create and visualize NFT art inspired by roman architecture, my client wanted something that delved into a world where ancient Rome's architectural wonders blend with the modern realm of digital art. With a passion for Roman architecture and a flair for creativity, I embark on a captivating journey to create and visualize NFT (Non-Fungible Token) art inspired by the grandeur of this ancient civilization. Drawing upon the intricate arches, majestic columns, and timeless structures that define Roman architecture, I bring these iconic elements to life in a digital format.
What we've done
- 3d render for NFT projects
- Create, design and ship art designs
We've got work to do
Through meticulous attention to detail and a masterful use of digital tools, I aim to capture the essence and spirit of Roman architectural marvels, transforming them into mesmerizing NFT artworks. Embark on this immersive experience where the beauty of antiquity intertwines with the boundless possibilities of the digital realm, and explore a collection of NFT art that pays homage to the awe-inspiring heritage of Roman architecture.
Level asked as to help
—Conceptualization: Begin by brainstorming and sketching out ideas for your NFT art inspired by Roman architecture. Consider the specific elements, structures, or motifs you want to incorporate into your artwork.
—Reference Gathering: Collect visual references of Roman architectural features, such as arches, columns, and buildings. Analyze their proportions, materials, and intricate details to ensure accuracy in your digital representation.
—3D Modeling: Utilize Blender's powerful 3D modeling tools to create the architectural elements for your artwork. Start by blocking out basic shapes and gradually refine them to match the desired forms and proportions.
—Texturing and Materials: Apply textures and materials to your 3D models to enhance their realism. Research different materials used in Roman architecture, such as marble or weathered stone, and replicate their appearance using Blender's material nodes.