Artist Toni Bratincevic modelled objects in 3ds Max and used V-Ray for rendering in this enthralling image
Hobbyists can produce the most amazing images. This 3D World reader loves to add lighting to build atmosphere
Reader Enrico Cerica flexes his arch-viz muscles on this dream house
Featured artist Moises Gomes talks us through the production process for his favourite work – the Orc. Inspired by drawings by Alex Oliver, the concept for this render began to take shape…
You’ve got just over 24 hours to cash in on Allan McKay’s special sale on his FumeFX Core Fundamentals. You’ll get half price software and some bonuses in the form of some of his other training DVDs too
Every month, 3D World readers send in their CG illustrations of arch-viz scenes, mechs, beasts, digital landscapes, portraits and more for the chance to be published. Here’s a top selection for you
Mickaël Forrett caught our eye last year when we saw his gorgeous animation, Horizon, from then on we’ve been wanting to know more about the speedy matte-painter…
You might have seen the epic commercial, but we thought you’d like to know how it was made too. Catch up with Animal Logic’s CG Supervisor Feargal Stewart to find out all about the software used to create these well-groomed bears…
Today’s giveaway is a wonderful 3D bouquet model from TurboSquid – worth $79!
Download this seasonal Santa Claus worth $59 in the first of our Advent giveaways!
It’s Friday Animation Fun time! Sang D’Encre is an incredible animated short produced by students at Bellecour Ecoles d’Art. Take five minutes out of your day to see this cool CG animation
The Lifelike 3D Human Contest provided by AXYZ design and sponsored by 3D World is now open!
Find out how Joey Zhangfan created his image of Richard MacDonald’s bronze sculpture Sisters using ZBrush, Maya, mental ray, Photoshop
Autodesk’s sculpting tool for the iPad is great for artists on the go, says Rob Redman
With some major new features and GUI tweaks, this motion-tracking software offers a strong solution for 3D artists, says Rob Redman