Felix Hernandez (previously) is a photographer who turns his vivid creativeness into unbelievable photographs. He brings miniatures and sensible results collectively, typically provides a splash of digital manipulation, and turns imaginary worlds into actual pictures. Unusual Factor within the Forest is his newest creation, and Felix as soon as once more tells a narrative via his gorgeous miniature pictures.
“Creativeness and desires can transport us to unbelievable locations,” Fenix tells DIYP. “By way of them, we are able to journey in time and witness magical occasions that happen inside our universe.” So, he typically depends on his desires and creativeness to create pictures. And so far as I’m involved, it’s a recipe that by no means fails for him.
Unusual Factor within the Forest is an NFT venture that Felix did in collaboration with Andrea miniatures. He created two photographs that inform a easy story in two elements. To create the setup, he used a superbly detailed piece of sculpture painted by Andrea’s artists. He made a 1/12 scale diorama that introduced his imaginary forest to life. He used sensible lighting and results to set the temper and add the environment he needed within the pictures.
Whereas the scene is constructed nearly totally to scale, Felix completed it off with a number of digital results. This allowed him to create a higher depth and to enrich the lighting results. It was additionally obligatory for the animation because the two nonetheless photographs had been additionally became cinemagraphs.
Talking of those cinemagraphs, they had been became the NFT’s which can be found for public sale with the gallery Foundation.
Right here is the story behind the pictures:
… And as I used to be returning residence via the forest, I got here throughout an ideal mild that seemed just like the solar rising from a small river.
The mist turned intense and I felt chilly.
… and when the lights dissipated from that unusual object, the mist did as properly.
A raven over a big crimson sphere was revealed earlier than my eyes and I felt that it was the start of the tip of every part.