2018
Electric Ocean
Romain Revert
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Romain has been a professional CG artist since 2008 and got into VR with the gearVR, he enjoys creating with blocks because it reminds him of legos with limitless possibilities. Every piece Romain does in VR comes from the same universe filled with creatures and robots from his childhood, in this one biological life has disappeared from earth and artificial intelligence has injected synthetic life into the oceans to re seed the planet.

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