Digital artist Lee Griggs uses the 3D softwareArnold to create facial deformities that are out of this world. In his latest series Deformations, Griggs takes normal faces and shades and lights them in creative ways that he’s not even sure about until he arrives at a finished product. He loves experimenting with the tool and has created some of the most bizarre looking faces you’ll never see in real life.
“Once I have the scene created, it’s a matter of making minor adjustments to the settings in order to produce variations on the same theme using various deformation tools,” Griggs tells Mashable. “I have fun experimenting with the tools and seeing where it takes me.”
Griggs says that the deformations result from experimenting, rather than a completely thought-out idea of how the face will turn out.
Check out more work by this talented, face mangling, genius on his website and Behance.
Deformations: Lee Griggs Turns Faces Into Art Using 3D Doftware: