3D artwork has, with the rise of technology that supports its development, become the rage for all sorts of locales-from homes to airports, from coffee shops to art galleries. A number of independent designers, as well as websites specialising in graphic design, both physically and with the help of computers, are working to illustrate varying themes which will suit different environments. With the rise of surrealistic/psychedelic 3D artwork, a number of themes are based on entering alternate dimensions, or else break the normal space-time continuum of a realist world. Fantastic themes are commonplace in most 3D art collections, and the common features of these illustrations are usually bright colours, whimsical outlines and bearings and a great attention to detail. Designers can work on themed images, such as characters from books and films, or else create new designs from basic templates. Incorporating elements of contemporary life into the artworks is a way to make the design work more relevant and attractive. Art related to city structures, or natural disasters, imaged or otherwise-such as the depiction of the opening of a portal or buildings as imagined in the future, can be commonly rendered into 3D. The 3D artwork displayed in galleries is usually done by hand, with individual pieces hand-cut, then painted and put together to create the work. Customized 3D artworks are much in demand for commercial use, and require a high level of user input, so that the final custom design can match the user’s demand most closely.