Best CG Artwork Around the World
CG artwork stands for Computer Generated artwork. If you are into movies, you’ve probably heard the term CGI. CGI stands for Computer Generated Images.
CG artists are digital artists, and they create CGIs. These CGIs include 2D and 3D works as well. Most people who know the term CGI from the movies think it’s just about animation. That’s not the case at all. CGI images have various use cases throughout different industries, from architecture to gaming.
The term CG artwork is broadly used, it basically means an artwork that is created by the artist using the computer.
Enjoy some of our favorite CG artworks all around the web!
Master Dou is a character in Kuniga’s comic book series, Twilight Monk. He is a Kung Fulio Master, and the Eldest of the Crescent Isle monastery council.
Padrya, is a character that Azevedo designed for a WickedFun. Cute and deadly!
This is an early-stage design by Jurabaev in collaboration with Sam Rowan and Joseph Mclamb. They’ve created this great work for the Beauty and the Beast.
This one is from Encounters With the Imaginary by Edlin. He has a YouTube video through which you can get a glimpse of the creation process. Check CG artwork video out below!
This one is a personal concept from Uslu inspired by the Turkish Mythology preceding the medieval era.
The Titans’ Toms is an illustration work by Brunet he has created for ART School for Digital Artists. Here’s the timelapse video of how it’s created, make sure to check it out! See the making of the CG artwork video below!
Heresiarch is a great dark work by Franchina, it has a story of its own.
This illustration is created by Marco Bucci for Disney’s ‘The Nutcracker and The Four Realms’.
This one is created by Wayne Reynolds for Pathfinder 2e. Reynolds is a greatly known CG artist especially in the RPG scene, having his artwork at productions from Wizards of the Coast, Osprey Publishing, Games Workshop, 2000AD, Paizo, and Green Ronin Publishing.
This is a great work created by Lockwood for Magic: The Gathering trading card game.
If you are familiar with JRPGS, you may recognize the style right away. This one is created by Cheng Hong for Mobius Final Fantasy.
These are some of our favorite CG artworks and CG artists all around the world. Feel free to check out their Artstation profiles and websites for checking more of their work. If you liked this article, also check out our famous illustrators and graphic design books articles to dive even deeper into the design pool!
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