A cgi illustration made for a national DIY magazine celebrating 10 years of guides, articles and reviews. A hardwork in texturing and compositing, for a single illustration that represents the variety and utility of its contents.

My favourite part is the dirty and scratched workbench; I almost can smell the paint stains absorbed on the old wood surface. Everything is made in cgi, including the depth of field effect, light glare and particle hairs. A map of dirty is overlayed on the final work adding grain and grunge details. Again expressing my love for dirty and scratches on artworks. Dirty is real, dirty is detail!