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Eun Hee Choi

The loftiest goal in portraiture is to successfully capture the spirit of the character — that elusive spark of life. This is especially difficult in 3D modeling, as countless lifeless posing mannequins found in online galleries will readily attest. Eun Hee Choi — using the cryptic moniker 97bzo — proves a stunning exception as she achieves this most difficult miracle time and time again.

Having trained with (and married) gifted3D artist Hyun Jun Kim, she has quickly mastered the art of epic fantasy character design. Her hauntingly beautiful women radiate not only the essence of life, but innocence and inner strength as well. Ms Choi also excels in the strengths of her medium, and lavishes her digital figures with delicate jewelry and intricate costumes.

Korean computer gamers have the benefit of seeing Eun Hee’s work in the wild, but the online world can catch a fleeting glimpse of her work, as well as earlier creations of Hyun Jun’s, on their shared site.

Digital life has never looked so good!

Written by in August of 2005. Last edited September 2014.

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Comments

  • Deborah Fields - March 13th, 2008 at 10:08 am

    I just love every bit of work by Eun hee Choi. I cannot get enough. Is there a book, or collection available. Beyond Awesome Work ! Please keep doing more, and more.