Top 30 Artworks of Beeple from 2015 (WARNING: Can Cause Brain Damage)

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Abso-fucking-lutely nuts. Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple has finished an ‘everyday’ image for over 3100 days.

Every. Day.

In his own words “some of it is ok, but a lot of it kind of blows ass.”

For sure Mike’s phenomenal portfolio has a power to fuck with your mind. So be careful.

Mike is a freelance motion designer and 3D artist from Wisconsin, USA. He uses Cinema4D, After Effects and Photoshop. His short films have screened at onedotzero, Prix Ars Electronica and the Sydney Biennale.

Here are Top 30 Artworks of Beeple from 2015.

Warning: After seeing these pictures you may be tempted to create your own daily works.

beeple artworks 3d

SPORTFUCK

beeple

MCD 2087

beeple 3d cgi cinema 4d

burttn coper

art 3d cg

ACRYLIC DISPERSION

3d artwork lowpoly

DEM CUBES

beeple artworks

BAF.1981

low poly art cg

EIGHT YEARS

cg art beeple

ELEVEN

beeple images artworks top 30

FLOOR 100

3d cgi art

GOD FIVE

cinema4d blender cgi art

heaven and hell

beeple

metallurgy

daily artworks beeple

NUCLEAR FAMILY

lowpoly art

NUMBER TWO

beeple

OB.TANK

low poly art

ONE FOOT

ONE MILLION

ONE MILLION

cinema4d beeple art

recore.

soup-f

soup-f

SUPERBUG

SUPERBUG

SWEET TOOTH

SWEET TOOTH

SYSTEMIC ABERRATION

SYSTEMIC ABERRATION

T.VARIATIONS

T.VARIATIONS

TEXTRIOUS

TEXTRIOUS

low poly art beeple

TUNGSTEN

lowpoly art

U1.COMBINER

VHC.01

VHC.01

WINTERMIX

WINTERMIX

YT.SUN-CITY08

YT.SUN-CITY08

DAY 3000

DAY 3000

BEEPLE ON SOCIAL MEDIA

• Facebook

• Twitter

• Tumblr

• Instagram

• Vimeo

OVER TO YOU

Are you up for the challenge? Create the everyday artwork for the next 10 days.

After all as Steven Pressfield noted, “the most important thing about art is to work.”

I’d even want to encourage you to share your #dailyart in the comments below.

No matter how good or bad you think it is.

A few tips:

1. Build your scene around ONE emotion or concept. You should be able to describe your idea in one sentence.

2. Keep it minimal.

3. While creating a scene in Blender, follow Pareto principle (80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes).

When it starts getting hard, move on to post-processing

4. Post process the hell out of it in Gimp or Photoshop.

I will be happy to share my thoughts and review it.