3D World 149 – Sci-fi vehicles and the future of VFX
The newest issue of 3D World reveals the production of automotive designer Harald Belker’s futuristic racing book, Pulse. Plus: James Cameron on the future of 3D production
Also in this issue, sculpt a pirate in ZBrush and Maya, create a games character with Gnomon tutor Mark Dedecker and get Daz Studio 3 Advanced, worth $149, on the disc.
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In the magazine
The making of Pulse
Discover how Hollywood vehicle designer Harald Belker learnt modo from scratch to create 3D illustrations for his new futuristic racing book
Visual effects: the state of the art
10 leading lights of the effects industry reveal the work that inspired them, where VFX stands today, and what happens next
Paint the perfect texture
Double Negative texture artist Zoe Lord reveals how to paint with multiple photorealistic materials
Argh! Shiver me timbers!
Discover how to sculpt a young pirate character in ZBrush and Maya
Gnomon school instructor Mark Dedecker explains the design process for a game-ready character
How to model a human head
Questions and Answers
Quick tutorials for Maya, Softimage, LightWave and more
Our selection of the best new commercial and short-form 3D work
Breathtaking new artwork, including some star-struck lovers and six-string guitars
On test this issue
Reviews of Cinema 4D R13 Studio and SpeedTree Studio 6.0. Plus: LumenRT 1.3 is put through its paces, and how well does Boxx Technologies’ 3DBOXX 4860 handle CG applications?
Also in this issue
- A loyal servant risks life and limb in the short film, For the King
- Discover the creative process behind the iPad app The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore from Moonbot Studios
- How Luma Pictures managed to bring Thor’s Destroyer to the big screen
On the disc
Daz Studio 3 Advanced, worth $149, is yours to own, accompanied by more DAZ models and modelling video training
on Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 at 8:00 am under Latest Issue, Magazine.
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