Cezar’s work is striking in a lot of ways. His subjects are often beautiful women with somewhat infantilized or “cute” features (i.e. big eyes, button noses, and high cheek bones) that convey a sense of youth. However, their facial expressions often involve much deeper, more mature and developed emotions such as sadness, loneliness, and sometimes, yearning.
Cezar’s art style is also very unique in that he boldly incorporates flat 2D shapes and colors into his 3d renderings making for very striking compositions. His work has a very experimental and visionary vibe and we’re definitely very excited to see more of Cezar’s unique work.
Hopefully, he has inspired you to look at new ways to incorporate a 3D workflow into your own work. Or vice versa!
Check out Cezar Brandao’s workflow in this Youtube video.
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