3D Art vs Cosplay Photography

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One of these is a photo of cosplayer Shirogane-sama, as Nier: Automata’s 2B. The other is a 3D model made from scratch by artist Chauliac Romain.

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Both images look equal parts real and too real for their own reasons. And if you haven’t been able to tell which is which from the watermark on one of the images, the cosplay is on the left while the 3D model is on the right.

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We’ve featured Shirogane on the site before, with her incredible Persona 5 effort in 2017. Romain, meanwhile, is an artist based in France. You can see more of his work at his Gumroad and ArtStation pages.


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Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists, showcasing the best of both their professional and personal portfolios. If you’re in the business and have some concept, environment, promotional or character art you’d like to share, get in touch!


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Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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DISCUSSION

It suffers in most of the same places that most 3D rigs do, namely in the area where the arm and shoulder interact with the pectoral muscle, but I think the hands are on point.