Filip Hodas is a well-known and well-known Czech digital artist who is recognised for portraying well-known pop culture personalities in unique and often strange ways. He recently made waves with his piece “Cartoon Fossils,” in which he recreated the skulls of renowned cartoon characters in an anatomically precise manner.That doesn’t mean he took SpongeBob and remade him as a real sponge, or Goofy and remade him as a real dog, but that would be cool.
In reality, he took popular culture depictions of himself and envisioned what it would be like if they died and turned into fossils. As a result of the name, Cartoon Fossils, and the method he created it, she had to rely heavily on his digital work. People were shocked as well as disturbed, which is practically everything you could ask for if you’re a Creepy fan.
I had intended to stylize them as dinosaur fossils in a museum setting, but I changed my mind because the skulls did not appear to be very recognisable on their own, especially with broken or missing pieces. This is why I chose a less damaged look for the characters and also added some assets to each of them.I wanted to juxtapose the realistic look of the skull with colourful flat backdrops to make it more comical.
Homo Popoculis is a species of human.
The series’ main purpose was to enhance the sculpture and try out different workflows from Zbrush to Substance Painter. I tried to tweak and enhance the workflow for each skull, which resulted in significant differences between the first (Canis Goofus) and the final (Canis Goofus) in the series (Anas Scroogius). I’ve also tried to stretch Painter’s procedural capabilities throughout the series.
People had a variety of reactions!