Graphic designer Ciaran Dolan has won a $1.3m prize for creating a 3D illustration that he describes as “the most important 3D piece of art in history”.
The prize is a prize for the first person to design an illustration that exceeds 100,000 pixels on a website, according to the Design Award website.
Dolan is a visual artist based in the UK who has worked on several projects including “The Girl in the Fireplace” and “The World’s Greatest Game”.
He said the $1 million prize was a “very significant achievement”.
“I’ve never made anything before.
I’ve never designed something before.
It’s one of the most important prizes I’ve ever won,” Dolan said.”
I was very happy with how it turned out.
He described the award as a “huge milestone” and said he had no idea he would win.””
The most important thing is that you really can’t argue with the results.”
He described the award as a “huge milestone” and said he had no idea he would win.
“This award is an important thing to celebrate.
The fact that you can have an award for that, and it’s a huge milestone, is amazing.
I never imagined I’d get this,” Dahan said.
The prize was awarded to a person who has designed a 3d work that exceeds the 100,0000 pixels threshold on a site, and “is clearly a work of art” and has not been submitted for other awards.
“The 3D work is the best piece of 3D art in the history of the human race.
That’s the most significant thing.
An absolute pleasure’Dolan said he was very surprised to win the award.””
It’s one hell of a piece of work,” he said.’
An absolute pleasure’Dolan said he was very surprised to win the award.
“When I got the email that I was chosen, I was shocked, very, very surprised.
I was a little bit surprised,” he told Al Jazeera.”
A lot of people have got these drawings, and I didn’t.
I just thought ‘Oh my God, I’ve got it now’.””
It’s just a pleasure.
I’m so proud.
This is what I love.”
Dolan’s illustration is on his website and he is also a regular guest on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on CBS.