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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Monday, November 28, 2016

3D Clown Modeling

Model: Clown 
Artist: Nayer Talal Nayer
Software: 3Ds Max 2015, ZBrush 4R7, Adobe Photoshop CC 2013
High Poly: 1,938,000 Polygon
Low Poly: 2,946 Polygon












3D Carousel Horse Modeling

Model: Carousel Horse
Artist: Nayer Talal Nayer
Duration: 36 hours
Softwares: 3Ds Max 2015, ZBrush 4R7, Adobe Photoshop
High Poy: 2,198,062 Polygon
Low Poly: 1,920 Polygon
















Thursday, November 24, 2016

Live drawing in Annecy


Drawing live  during Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market (2016).








Monday, October 31, 2016

Abu al-A'ass: Book Cover

Here is my original illustration that became a cover of a book by the Sudanese writer Mutaz Trotsky معتز تروتسكي. 





Liber: Film Poster


Here is my original illustration that became a poster of a Tunisian film (Liber), or (ليبر خويا) by Rabab M'barki (2015).


Poster

Original illustration by Nayer Talal Nayer, 2015

Freedom of Speech


Sunday, October 30, 2016

Mansour El Souwaim's Hearse

My illustration that became a cover of a novel by Mansour El Souwai ; "عربة الأموات"; or "Hearse".


The original illustration, April 2016, by Nayer Talal Nayer


Printed cover

Hard copy of the novel



United Nations


Sunday, August 7, 2016

Trump: Cocktail Molotov


Donald Trump is unignorable danger and a harm to everyone, even to himself. The elections of United States presidential election, 2016 will be anther model that America didn't get the lesson; the Republican party can bring an xenophobic racist candidate to the White House. The policies of fear may success to make Trump the 45th President of USA, George W. Bush didn't before.  

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Mohamed Khan



Mohamed Khan (26 October 1942 – 26 July 2016) was an Egyptian-British film director, screenwriter, and actor. 

Friday, July 8, 2016

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Syria: Collapse of Geneva III


Syria: Collapse of Geneva III


Boats of Terrorism


 
ISIS/DAESH Smuggler: “We Will Use Refugee Crisis To Infiltrate The West”

Celestine Ukwu


b. Celestine Obiakor, 1940, Efik, Nigeria, d. 1979, Onitsha, Nigeria. Guitarist and vocalist. Ukwu was on the verge of national breakthrough (with his band the Music Royals) when the Nigerian civil war brought touring and recording to a virtual standstill. He re-emerged in 1970 with Philospher’s Stone, playing a relaxed and sensuous form of highlife which, incongruously but effectively, used pedal steel guitar in its arrangements (a novelty later adopted by fellow Nigerian and juju star King Sunny Ade). His biggest hit was the single ‘Money Palaver’ in 1976, from Igede Fantasia. Ukwu’s untimely death later that year ensured that his potential was never fully realized.

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