French Artist Renders A Calvin And Hobbes Comic Strip In Stunning 3D

French Artist Renders A Calvin And Hobbes Comic Strip In Stunning 3D
Design

Gabriel de Laubier brings new life to a beloved 25-year-old scene

Andrew Conrad
  • 15 july 2016

A French artist named Gabriel de Laubier attempted the difficult task of converting a 25-year-old Calvin and Hobbes comic strip into three dimensions, and the results are awe inspiring.

DC-born cartoonist Bill Watterson created Calvin and Hobbes in 1985 and the strip, which features a boy and his stuffed tiger, became a beloved institution in the funny pages during its syndicated run through 1995.

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