“Time For Your Extraction Honey”: The Incredible Bizarre 3D Collectibles by Heal Bell

Heal Bell is a Chicago based 3D animation artist creating high fashion artworks of powerful women appearing as monsters. The self taught artists has been featured in Felt Zine, Superchief Gallery and is rising to rapid success across the industry.

“Inspiration comes from my love of alternative fashion and cosplay and anime. I always enjoyed the counterculture and mixing of styles from many different niches. It’s fun to be inventive and to experiment with different colors and styles and make a hybrid of something new and intriguing,” artist told Beyond Photography.

“The programs I use follow this order: Daz>Cinema 4D>Octane>After Effects.”

More: Instagram, Foundation, KnownOrigin h/t: beyondphotography

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