Mohsen Moradi, VFX | 3D Artist #midweekmotivations

Mohsen Moradi, VFX | 3D Artist #midweekmotivations

VFX/3D artist Mohsen Moradi created some surreal and action-packed VFX involving trains, planes, and automobiles. According to the description on one of the videos, he uses Autodesk 3ds Max and V-Ray for 3ds Max. It’s incredible work! Check it out!

In addition to the videos below, you can check out his incredible work on Instagram and YouTube.

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