Taschen ; 2001; 9783822816288 ; Copertina flessibile ; 26 x 20,5 cm; pp.568; Volume riccamente illustrato a col. e b./n. ; Presenta leggeri segni d’uso ai bordi (senza mancanze nè lacerazioni), interno senza scritte, alcune pagine sono chiuse; Accettabile (come da foto). ; Almost real. Building women out of bits and bytes. TASCHEN goes digital! The first book in our groundbreaking new series on digital culture focuses on beauty and cutting-edge computer gener- ated female characters. Whereas most books on digital creation concentrate on technique and include detailed “how-tos,” Digital Beauties is all about exploring the artistic achievements of today’s best designers without a lot of complicated technical jargon. Here you’ll discover a host of digital beauties from all around the world, and a dizzying array of styles and techniques-moody black-and-white nudes, surreal por traits, Lara Croft-style adventure chicks, sleek ultra-futuristic babes, etc. Both 2D and 3D design are covered, with an emphasis on the latter; some images are so stunningly lifelike it’s hard to believe they’re 100% computer generated. In an age in which virtual characters are being copyrighted left and right, it’s about time you got to know some of the “people” you’ll be coming across in the future, on TV and even in firm; one such example is Steven Stahlberg’s lovely Webbie Tookay, the first virtual model to sign with Elite Digital Models. Some of these digital creations have even been included in “sexiest women” lists – along with real humans, of course! ; L’immagine se disponibile, corrisponde alla copia in vendita.