Amazing Giant Sculptures Digital Art Looks So Real By Chad Knight

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Amazing Giant Sculptures Digital Art Looks So Real By Chad Knight

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Chad Knight's artworks are truly extraordinary, with creative ideas, talent and high sense of art can create a variety of interesting and amazing creations that are sometimes unthinkable to us and will blow your mind. His digital artwork is truly like the original, the placement of the statue in the surrounding natural environment is united, very precise, proportional, symmetrical and accurate.

Many people do not believe that it is not real but only the artworks of 3D digital art. What if this is really real? must be extraordinarily beautiful!

Knight, a senior 3D design manager at Nike, posts a new piece nearly every day on his Instagram account , mostly of giant, surreal, humanoid figures placed within stunningly realistic natural landscapes.

In an interview with Klassik Magazine , Knight said that his influences range from masters of the Renaissance and Baroque periods to other modern and digital artists.

“My art is very much like an encrypted journal that I can share publicly,” Knight said.

And the public response to his Instagram portfolio is a mix of awe and disbelief. “Is this real?” is a common question from his followers. “How the hell do u do these??” asks one follower. “I need to visit this place,” says another.

Check out the Stunning Artworks below!

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"I think I became a visual artist at conception," Chad told the Klassik Magazine. "It is more who I am as a person than what I do. However, the reason I make digital art is that I have a very overactive, noisy mind. Creating modern art is one of the few things that allow me to present. I skateboarded professionally for 16 years. During that time, it served as my creative outlet. Now that I do not have the opportunity to do it as often, combined with being less enthusiastic about broken bones, my visual art explorations have become my new outlet."

"Everything on my work represents something or someone. My art is very much like an encrypted journal that I can share publicly".

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