Last week we asked you to submit your 3D work to be critiqued by our expert team. We were really pleased with the response we got and Technical Editor Rob Redman has picked one from many to be put under the spotlight first
The artist wanted to create something that captures the complexity and eclecticism of structural designs. He’s certainly done that, we think!
This image by a 3D World reader contains a few 3D tricks: randomising the books and using the cloth modifier to perfect the blanket and pillow
Andrey Bobir used manual modelling for his image. He spent a lot of time on the textures and we love the results!
Check out this short animation featuring some furry bison, created in Blender 2.66 by artist Nita Ravalji
Take a trip around a 3D paper world in this new spot for marketing communications firm Keiler & Company
3D artist Francisco Martinez shares the modelling pipeline he used on his short film project It Never Ends
Italian artist Alessandra Perin shares some of her archviz renders with us. Find out how she created her gorgeous Country Chic Kitchen render here too…
Nicolas Boyer is a fantastic artist and modeller. Here we look at his image of Rosie, from about a year ago
With our amazing 257-minute video and accompanying tutorial from Digital-Tutors in the latest issue of 3D World, you have everything you need to flex your Maya muscles
Inspired by photographs of 1950s New York, Dennis Kaya Iversholt created this atmospheric image. Enjoy a trip down memory lane…
Rob Redman wants a Blinky of his very own. And so will you when you watch his Pick of the Week!
Dmitriy Filippov’s image is a steampunk representation of the zodiac sign Aquarius
Master core skills for design, games and VFX work with our new 228-page collection of 3ds Max tutorials, complete with project files and over 14 hours of video training
Contents for the latest issue of 3D World (169): Future CGI trends and technologies, Framestore ad tips, Disney Paperman techniques, making muscles in Maya and much, much more!