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Art Gallery
10 of the most inspiring 3D images from the world of

Design spectacular spaceships
Concept artist Gurmukh Bhasin talks Star Citizen and becoming a 3D designer

Master creature concept design
Guerilla Games’ Ben Erdt shares his sci-fi concepts and best-practice advice

Extraordinary clay sculpts
Traditional sculptor Romain Van den Bogaert shares his characterful clay sculptures with us

Unique ZBrush sketches
Prolific digital sculptor Martin Nikolov shares his ZBrush creations

3D printing on the Form 1+
Learn how James W. Cain prints and finishes a model on the Form 1+

Light and render in Marmoset Toolbag 2
Learn valuable PBR presentation techniques for game assets with Andrew Finch

Improve your freelance career
Learn valuable career advice from 3D sculptor and trainer Glen Southern

Refine your anatomy sculpts
Arash Beshkooh shares how to detail and finish a realistic anatomy study

Craft a photoreal portrait
Ian Spriggs shares an insight into his latest brilliant 3D portrait of his mother

Create an aquatic monster
Look behind the scenes of Yingbiao Han’s excellent Demon of the Abyss

 

Issue 120 | August 2015
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3dtotal’s free magazine was a hit at last year’s SIGGRAPH – thank you to everyone who picked up a copy or downloaded the digital version! Unfortunately we can’t be at SIGGRAPH this year, but to keep up the sharing spirit, we’re releasing this free edition of 3dcreative instead. This issue contains all the usual features and inspirational artwork, at no cost!

We’ve got fantastic interviews with Gurmukh Bhasin, bringing us the latest Star Citizen news, and also sci-fi concept pro Ben Erdt. We go behind the scenes of some brilliant images by portraiture genius Ian Spriggs and prize-winning Gnomon student Yingbiao Han. Our tutorials and guides cover human anatomy, freelancing advice, real-time rendering, and finishing a 3D-printed resin model. We hope you enjoy this issue and join us next month for more great 3D art!

 

 

 

 


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