February 2007

Editorial
Hello again. Thanks for sticking with us through our ‘technological transfer’ when 3DCreative starts to make full use of the digital features we posess. We have a slight delay on the protection of the mag but soon we will have a fantastic new system to make life easier for all of you! This month we are very pleased that the mag is continuing to remain close to over 150 pages per issue, and that we seem to be keeing that up! We have a lot of content coming your way in future issues. I would like to say a big thank you to all of you who sucessfully unlocked the ‘Lite’ issue; we are testing a new system which protects the magazines and by entering your email address you have given us much more confidence in this. Please note that we will not use these email addresses for anything other than to see how many of you are reading the lite issues! We also begin a series of articles on the world of Next Generation gaming. I hope will be of interest to many of you as we have interviewed some of the worlds biggest and best games studios to find out what they are doing. Anyway, enough from me, it’s time for another cup of tea and I seem to be the only one making them around here these days... Enjoy! Ed.

Interview
Peter Sanitra
Senior CG Artist at ImagesFX

Interview
Anders Lejczak
Project Manager & CG Veteran

Interview
d0rn
3D Artist

Galleries
10 of the Best 3D Artworks

Article
Digitally Cloned
America’s Next Top Model Gets Digitised

Article
Numberjacks
The Childrens’ TV Series: CG for the Future

Article
Next Generation Games
This Month an Interview with Blitz Games

Tuc Tuc Shaders, Lighting & Rendering tutorial for 3DSMax, Maya, LW, C4D & XSI! Part 2 of 6

Tutorial
Composition & Angles
Spencer Murphy Continues His Lessons...

Tutorial
Guide to Lighting
A Complete Lightwave Lighting Guide

Tutorial
RTSquare Render
The Free Renderer and How to Use it

Stylised Animal Challenge
This Month’s 10 ‘Highland Cow’ Winners

Making Of
Madness
Project Overview by Marcin Solarz

Making Of
Say Cheese
Project Overview by Eric Provan

Making Of

Teleportation
Project Overview by Michal Konwicki

 

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