22.10.15 by Staff

Video of the Day: Youtube Sensation Stefan Pabst’s Mind-Bending 3D Drawings

You may have seen these drawing videos circulating the Internet! Stefan’s 3D drawings are so striking it’s hard to fathom how he’s been able to master this technique and make it look so simple. We created a little compilation of some of his most mind-bending drawings and asked him a few questions about creating them. Watch the video above and read the short interview below!

Jeff Hamada: I know that you were originally born in Russia and are now living in Germany, can you describe in a little bit more detail where you are right now?

Stefan Pabst: I was born in Russia in Western Siberia and moved to Germany with my parents when I was 15 years old. I now live in Minden (North-West Germany) with my family where I work in my studio.

stefan-pabts2

Jeff Hamada: Do your videos represent the entire process for creating these works or are there segments that are left out? I would imagine there is some reference imagery involved?

Stefan Pabst: Some of the paintings take several hours. I leave out anything from mixing colours, to taking breaks. Basically, anything that makes the video run more smoothly and without disturbances. Sometimes I forget to crop out a scene, which is why in some videos there is a coffee or something.

stefan-pabts4

Jeff Hamada: What is it about drawing that you enjoy so much?

Stefan Pabst: For great art, you have to perceive the object, the situation, and watch the everyday lighting. You have to see something like you did the very first time you saw it, with a complete open mind, like a child. That’s what I try to do with my 3D Drawings. The technique is complicated; you have to have a lot of imagination. But it is well received by the viewers, and sometimes I’m even surprised at the result!

stefan-pabts1

Jeff Hamada: What’s the most recent thing you’ve learned about yourself? Could be related to making these drawings but doesn’t have to be.

Stefan Pabst: I used to think you had to be ready and prepared for success. Now I see that I am internally ready for any new level and can make it so easy, as if I had done this before. Perhaps in a previous life!

stefan-pabts5

Stefan Pabst on Youtube
Stefan’s Facebook Page













Staff
If you have work to share, please send us a tweet or post it to our monthly submission posts.



  • This is something really interesting that is worth paying your attention right now,a superb online opportunity to work for those people who want to use their free time so that they can make some extra money using their computers… I have been working on this for last two and half years and I am earning 60-90 dollar/ hour … In the past week I have earned 13,70 dollars for almost 20 hours sitting ….

    Specific qualification, degree or skills is not necessary for this, just keyboard typing and a good working and reliable internet connection ….

    Any Time limitations or boundations to start work is not required … You may do this work at any time when you willing to do it ….

    How I have been doing this?…..….see this (site-Iink) on my !profile!` to know how I am working` on this`

    +d

  • This is something really interesting that is worth paying your attention right now,a superb online opportunity to work for those people who want to use their free time so that they can make some extra money using their computers… I have been working on this for last two and half years and I am earning 60-90 dollar/ hour … In the past week I have earned 13,70 dollars for almost 20 hours sitting ….

    Specific qualification, degree or skills is not necessary for this, just keyboard typing and a good working and reliable internet connection ….

    Any Time limitations or boundations to start work is not required … You may do this work at any time when you willing to do it ….

    How I have been doing this?…..….see this (site-Iink) on my !profile!` to know how I am working` on this`

    &w

  • My Uncle Micah got a new blue Land Rover Range Rover Evoque by work part time using a lap-top…more tips here on my` prof!Ie`

    @ 22222222222222222

  • Linda Ryans

    I think this guy has a sixth sense. Incredible.





26.07.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Vincent Giard + Singeon

I recently stumbled across this tumblr called Brousse, an older project by illustrators Vincent Giard and Singeon. If you’re looking for some drawing inspiration, the blog documents a game of visual ping pong between the two artists (they’ve also released a couple books). Check out some more images below.

Read More

26.07.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Mike Chalmers

A selection of work by photographer Mike Chalmers, who was born in Scotland and is currently based in London. More images below.

Read More

25.07.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Alice Conisbee

A selection of work by illustrator Alice Conisbee. More images below.

Read More

25.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Bette Burgoyne

A selection of recent drawings by Seattle-based artist Bette Burgoyne, including her latest foray into working with colour. Click here for previous post. More images below.

Read More

25.07.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Roger White

Paintings by artist Roger White. See more “Mirror” images below.

Read More