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I've never been on this board so I'd apreciate if you were kind :)
However, does anyone know the genre of these "aesthetic minimal 3d" artworks/images?

(pic related, i'll post other ones as examples)
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>>689350

another example
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>>688052
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>>689350

Abstract maybe.
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>>689350
Y2k aesthetic
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>>690845
clearly pre Y2k
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>>689350
Its shit.
There is no genre.
It's just bad artists doing dumb abstract stuff which looks like shit.
Also, People who like this have a shitty taste.
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>>689350

Vapor something.
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>>690936
Yes, you are zoomlet.
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>>691015
Listen fuckface. I've done this shit myself ~20 years ago on an single core Pentium with Cinema 4d 6.5. I am under no illusion to think that this shit deserves to be under an umbrella name or genre, except abstract amateur shit.
It is what beginners do when they don't know the tools or have no artistic education, often both.
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>>691015
Cute. If you want to add meaningless numbers to name-calling; 32 years, the complete line of SGI workstations, all Amiga models, all Alpha workstations, pretty much every major 2D and 3D tool since 1987. Now fuck off and fetch my coffee, boy.
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>>691025
based
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have you been to this thread?
>>570286
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>>691020
this is 10000% correct
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the screen at the bowling alley when you get a strike.



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