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  • Regular Price: $35.60

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  • 3DTotal's Stylizing Toons (Download Only)

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    Introducing 3DTotal's Stylizing Toons tutorial eBook, which uses both 3ds Max and ZBrush. Stylized Cartoon characters are very popular in the world of CG. However they are not always well executed. The art of finding a balance between exaggeration and design has caused artists problems for a long time. In this eBook Jose Alves da Silva will be showing us how to address this balance and master it to create stunning stylized cartoons. The entire process is explained from beginning to end, starting with gathering references and creating the concept through to modelling, sculpting texturing, lighting and post-production for both an Animal and Human character. If this is the kind of CG work you are into this is a must have eBook.

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  • 2DArtist: Issue 071 - November 2011 (Download Only)

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    In this month's issue we will be starting an amazing series about illustration. Fairy tales, no doubt played a huge part of in your childhood. Some of your earliest memories may be the images you conjured in your imagination as you listen to the innocent words of these tales of old. Well in this series Simon Dominic Brewer and Blaz Porenta will be taking these tales and giving them a new look as they teach us how to add story and narrative to our paintings.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 068 - August 2011 (Download Only)

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    When you are so excited about every article in the magazine it is hard to know where to start, but I think I will kick things off by talking about this month's jaw dropping cover image by Serge Birault. Serge has done an outstanding job throughout his Pin Up tutorial series and we have all learnt a lot, but sadly all good things come to an end and in this issue Serge wraps things up in style. I guess it is good to leave on a high and Serge does this with probably my favorite image of the series so far.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 067 - July 2011 (Download Only)

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    This month's cover is the handiwork of the fantastic UK based artist Charlie Bowater. Charlie is a great artist who blows us away with every new image and in this issue she kick starts our new series Character Painting/Portrayal. This is a really handy series that will be teaching us how to paint certain characteristics and features that can add some story and interest to our characters.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 063 - March 2011 (Download Only)

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    The days are getting longer and the cold weather is on its way out! It's time to rejoice and welcome the arrival of the sun! Well I hope that is the case where you are, here in Worcester in the U.K it is still cold and miserable outside. However the new issue of 2DArtist is enough to lighten anyone's life! I always get excited when the new magazine gets released and this month is no exception. We have some great artists and tutorials in this issue, and where is better to begin our focus than the front cover which is the handiwork of one of my favourite artists in the community today, Jason Seiler. Jason has been creating jaw dropping caricatures for years which is why he was the perfect person to ask to handle the next chapter in our Portraiture series. I don't think I need to say much more about this one, but I will strongly recommend that check it out!
  • 3DCreative: Issue 067 - March2011 (Download Only)

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    Richard Tilbury will continue his fantastic Photoshop Post Effects series this month by showing us how to create a space scene using only Photoshop. If you are creating stills this series is a must have! There are some great tips in this one that will save you hours of rendering time, and leave you with some really great work.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 065 - January 2011 (Download Only)

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    ZBrush Monsters has been an amazing series! Looking at the great images that have been created so far makes me want to give ZBrush a go! This month we are in the capable hands of Jesse Sandifer. If you like me are feeling the cold and prefer it a little warmer you will love this article as Jesse shows us how he created his Volcanic Monster.
  • 3DTotal's ZBrush Monsters (Download Only)

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    Anyone interested in the CG industry will be more than aware of the mighty ZBrush! In fact ZBrush is starting to dominate the 3D side of the industry. Every day stunning new ZBrush sculpts and textured images are being added in their hundreds to Forums and site galleries. With ZBrush the only limits are with the imagination of its user, which probably explains why most ZBrush users create sculpts where they can really express the extent of their imagination. This eBook will help you as you try to do the same, by showing you how some of the top industry professionals tackle the task of designing and sculpting diverse and unique monsters. Each chapter of this eBook will walk you through the entire process from concept to post production on a fully textured sculpt. If this is the field that you are interested in, the advice in this eBook is priceless!
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 070 - Jun2011 (Download Only)

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    The Classical Sculpture series has been a real surprise package. The tutorials have been an insight into not only the history of sculpture and its varying styles, but also into some of the amazing tools available in ZBrush. In this issue Rafael Ghencev turns his attention to Roman Sculpture and specifically a bust.
  • Wayne Robson's Mudbox Character Creations (Download Only)

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    Mudbox Female Character is 51 pages of priceless Mudbox tuition by Wayne Robson; one of the most respected Mudbox artists in the world. This eBook provides a comprehensive guide to sculpting female characters and creatures using Mudbox. Wayne Robson will talk us through how he identifies the characteristics that define what is unique in each of our female characters and gives detailed advice as to how to sculpt these, using many of the features and tools that are available when working in Mudbox. As an added bonus Wayne has provided the base mesh he used plus hours of video training to demonstrate some of Mudbox's versatile tolls in use. From an obese and elderly women, to a vampire and werewolf, this series covers everything any beginner or experienced Mudbox user could need.
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  • 2DArtist: Issue 064 - April 2011 (Download Only)

    Welcome to the 64th issue of 2DArtist. I hope the weather is improving where you are as it is here. It may be tempting to get outside and enjoy some sunshine, but if you would rather stay inside and get some painting done, 2DArtist is here to provide the inspiration and tutorials you need.
  • 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!
  • 2DArtist: Issue 061 - January 2011 (Download Only)

    There isn't just one new series starting this month though as Darren Yeow will be kicking off our new set of tutorials about painting real looking fantasy creatures. In our new series named Photo Real Fantasy the artists will be trying to show how to design and paint fantasy creatures to look real using any method they choose. This month Darren will be showing us how to paint a Griffin.
  • 2DArtist: Issue 072 - December 2011 (Download Only)

    I hope you all enjoyed the first installment of our Illustrating Fairy Tales series. Simon Dominic Brewer is back again this month, and in this issue shows us how he tells a story in his amazing illustration of Rapunzel. This is a really cool series so if you are into illustration this is a must ready article.

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