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  • 3DCreative: Issue 098 - October 2013 (Download Only)

    As ever, we also have loads of awesome tutorials and project overviews from industry professionals who share their workflows and helpful advice so you can develop your own 3D masterpieces.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 097 - September 2013 (Download Only)

    This issue is packed with cool characters including the amazing alien featured on the cover and a strange plant creature which Tanoo Choorat teaches us how to make on page 28. But if hard surfaces are more your thing, we have a project overview for Tim Diaz's jet turbine and plenty of cars and mechs in the gallery too!
  • 3DCreative: Issue 093 - May2013 (Download Only)

    Last month we saw the last of our ZBrush speed sculpting projects, so this month we start afresh with a brand new series on creating that perfect ZBrush alien. To start us off, Tudor Fat shows us how to create a wheeled alien figure in his in-depth and comprehensive tutorial entitled The Engineer.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 092 - Apr2013 (Download Only)

    In our ZBrush Speed Sculpting tutorial, talented artist Mariano Steiner shares the interesting techniques he uses to create that perfect partial-zombie-corpse in his set of all-inclusive, how-to videos. And if that wasn't enough, we see the introduction of a brand new series on applying realistic textures and materials to objects, which is one of the most problematic areas in digital art.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 090 - Feb2013 (Download Only)

    Next in our series on Speed Sculpting with ZBrush is a fascinating one-off tutorial by CG artist Daniel Bystedt. Daniel's tutorial gives us some handy hints on creating a realistic sculpt and divulges some of those universal sculpting tricks that can be used to create features on any humanoid model.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 075 - Nov2011 (Download Only)

    Our cartoon animals series has been great so far, with many of the fantastic images making their way onto the cover of the magazine. This month's cartoon animal is no exception. Borislav Kechashki uses both 3ds Max and ZBrush as he talks us through the creation of his stunning cartoon Scorpion.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 074 - Oct2011 (Download Only)

    I am going to start by talking about something really exciting. Many of you will have been reading our magazine for years now and will be more than familiar with our Swordmaster series which was originally in the magazine in 2006. In fact for many of you following the Swordmaster series may have been your first attempt at 3D. Well the Swordmaster has been updated and is back better than ever! Ignacio Bazan Lazcano has created some stunning concept work for our new character which has been handed to the outrageously talented Gavin Goulden.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 072 - Aug2011 (Download Only)

    3DCreative has never before published articles about Vue but in the August issue we will be breaking the mould. Vue is a fantastic piece of software that is becoming more and more poplar and widely used in the film and games industry. Vue is fantastic for creating environments and backdrops and in this series Alex Popescu will be showing us exactly how to do this.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 071 - Jul2011 (Download Only)

    This month's cover image is the outstanding work of Rafael Ghencev who in this issue wraps up our classic sculpture series by showing us how he textured his outstanding Roman bust.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 066 - February 2011 (Download Only)

    This month's interview is with games industry pro Benoit Reginbal. Benoit is a master when it comes to creating low poly characters and painting textures. You will instantly recognise some of his models and will love his cool twist on familiar characters. Keep your eyes out for the items hidden in his models!
  • Introduction To V-Ray - 3DSMax + V-Ray (Download Only)

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    Welcome to the Introduction to V-Ray (for 3ds Max) - Parisienne Apartment eBook tutorial series which will cover all the key parameters of V-Ray: global illumination, materials, lighting and more. We will look in-depth at each setting - how it works, what repercussions it has - and we will also take a peek at some of the special features that V-Ray has to offer. If you've ever had any doubts about how to get into V-Ray, or you simply would just like to know a little more about a particular section of the software, this eBook series is for you!

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  • Building Droids (Download Only)

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    Characters are of course a popular subject for CG artists. However in this eBook series we will be approaching creating characters in a slightly different way. Each of our amazingly talented artists will be provided with a 2D concept and technical drawing of a cool, sci-fi droid. They will then show us how to turn this 2D information into an accurate and exciting 3D model. Many techniques and approaches will be used throughout the series which will provide all of us a great opportunity to develop our own 3D skills.
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  • Lighting La Salle 3DSMax + Vray (Download Only)

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    This five part series will focus on the topic of setting up a variety of lighting rigs that reflect natural lighting at different times of the day and manmade interior lighting. Each of the chapters will use the same base scene as a starting point, and will show a step by step guide to finding a lighting and rendering solution that best reflects the desired lighting situation. The tutorials will explain the type of lights used and how to set up the parameters along with talking about the different methods of tackling the subject. The manipulation of textures may also be covered in order to turn a daylight scene into night scene for example. The artists will also look at some useful post production techniques in Photoshop in order to enhance a final still.

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  • Create a photorealistic still-life (Download Only)

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    John A. Martini covers the entire process of developing a stunning photoreal scene, from pre-viz and setting up the 3ds Max physical camera, through modeling in Maya, creating objects in 3ds Max, texturing and shading, and finally culminating with in-depth tuition for lighting and rendering the final scene. Featured software includes: 3ds Max, Maya, V-Ray, Photoshop, ZBrush, and NUKE.
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