Share on Pinterest We celebrate issues of 3dcreative magazine with a look back at the history of covers. All back issues are available to download so simply click on any of the below covers to find out more! The concept of the magazine was to pack each issue with techniques, tutorials, interviews, articles, project overviews and galleries, providing a perfect platform from which to improve 3D skills, learn from industry professionals and get inspiration for new projects. We thought it would be fun to look back at all issues of 3dcreative magazine so you can take a look at our journey so far. We cannot wait to see what the next will bring!

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Issue October We intend for our magazine to become a timeless resource for artists, magwzine they can come back to again and 3dcreativr for inspiration, tips and tricks of the trade. Issue May ZBrush is an impressive piece of software that can accomplish so much.

The downloadable magazine for CG artists everywhere. We notice you are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. Industry professional Colie Wertz shares some of the techniques that he used on Transformers and Iron Man to give us some priceless advice, showing us how to combine 3D elements with photography in Photoshop to create stunning results. If you enjoy this tutorial, be sure to check out Photoshop for 3D Artists in the 3DTotal shop for more tutorials like this one.

Not only does he use Photoshop to resolve the textures, but he also shows how to add lighting to complete the dramatic and creepy scene. Our 12 Month subscription gives you the biggest saving on the magazines as well as a free gift and a host of other benefits. I love the mix between Professional works and Tutorials.

Hassle free — no need to visit the shop every month 3dcreativr buy each issue. Issue January Welcome aboard another issue of 3dcreative! Amongst providing you with a vast insight into the latest in the industry these page magazines are released each month, meaning you have immediate access to the latest and greatest in the world of CG and digital art.

Last time we saw Andrew begin finalizing the environment by placing temporary materials on the walls and floors. This month Wayne will be showing us how to sculpt an old lady. This is very challenging for a beginner like me. Please take a look at our FAQ tab and see 3dcrrative your question has been answered. Dean Banfield, Hamilton, Australia.

Issue December May Issue out now! As a one-off this month we bring you Texturing and Lighting in Photoshop by the brilliant Aleksander Jovanovic. If not or you still want to get in touch with us, feel free to email support 3dtotal.

This month we get to know two brilliant and unconventional artists — Mike Winkelmann, aka beeple, and Gleb Alexandrov of Creative Shrimp — and learn about their inspirations, careers, and impressive work ethics. Even better is that you can view the mag in high resolution, so you can really check out the details in the work that people have done. I really like the interviews on artists and their work, their inspiration and how they got to where they are today. The Orange by Riccardo Zema. Tamara tells us how with a bit of grit and determination she managed to carve out her own path into the industry she had loved from her childhood.

See below for full details. Futuristic vehicles are a popular subject matter amongst CG artists and a high proportion of the potential jobs that you can do in 3D require you to be able to create an accurate model using a 2D concept.

Chapter 4 — Finalizing the Environment Tutorial Series: In this series our brilliant artists have been given complete creative freedom to show us how to create the organic forms of their quadrapeds, and Daniel is the first to get the ball rolling! In the second part of our tutorial series covering FX, Particles and Dynamics, Matt Chandler and Mike Zugschwert move away from creating and animating water and turn their attention to smoke, with Matt working in 3ds Max and Mike in Maya.

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Share on Pinterest Issue is out now, with inspirational project overviews from Alexander Beim and Brian Azizi, as well as your usual high-quality tutorials and interviews! We also talk to 3D generalist Koen Koopman, who shares the secrets behind his varied portfolio and the awesome Oviraptor below. Francis Bitonti Koen Koopman The talented miniaturist artist Justin Bintz also takes us through the creation process for converting a Sean Andrew Murray concept into a 3D-printable model. Brahim Azizi Alexander Beim As ever, we have 4 exclusive tutorials for you to get stuck in to. Hasan Bajramovic and Alexandr Novitskiy continue their classic car sculpting instruction for 3ds Max and Maya by focusing on some of the smaller details, like the wheels, tires and door handles. Gizelis reveals the finer details behind creating the perfect texture maps for his warrior character.


3dcreative magazine: November issue out now!

The downloadable magazine for CG artists everywhere Subscriptions to 3DCreative magazine are sadly no longer available. Click here for the new print magazine from 3dtotal Publishing, Character Design Quarterly! Welcome to 3dcreative magazine… 3dcreative is the magazine for CG artists around the globe, whether you already work in 3D or are just getting started. Each issue is full of techniques, tutorials, interviews, articles, project overviews and galleries — providing the perfect platform from which to improve your 3D skills, learn from the professionals and get inspiration for your next project.

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