Photorealistic Nokia 3310 Model Made in C4D & Substance 3D

Reza Mortazavi pushes digital photorealism to the next level with this incredible model made without scans.

Reza Mortazavi, a talented 3D Texturing and LookDev Artist who specializes primarily in creating realistic-looking props, has recently showcased an absolutely mind-blowing 3D model that can hardly be distinguished from its real-life counterpart.

Pushing photorealism to the next level, the artist unveiled an incredibly-detailed 3D recreation of the legendary Nokia 3310 mobile phone, renowned all over the world for its sturdiness and indestructibility. According to the creator, the project was created using Cinema 4D for modeling, Substance 3D Painter for texturing, and Octane Render for rendering. Attached below are some of the renders and WIP shots shared by the author:

And here are some of the artist's earlier works, you can check out more by visiting Reza's ArtStation and LinkedIn pages:

And here are some great breakdowns and tutorials that will help you learn more about creating photorealistic textures for your 3D models:

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