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  • 3DCreative: Issue 089 - Jan2013 (Download Only)

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    This issue's awesome cover image is the creation of Pedro Conti, who created this character for the short animation One More Beer, which the talented 3D artist talked to us about when we caught up with him for this month's interview.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 088 - Dec2012 (Download Only)

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    The stunning image, which stands strong on our cover, is the result of Ali Zafati taking on the creative challenge of making his own quadruped. In our ZBrush Quadrupeds series our brilliant artists have been given complete creative freedom to show us how to create the organic forms of their quadrupeds. Ali covers everything from concept through to the final illustration as he demonstrates how to create this powerful creature.
  • 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.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 059 - July 2010 (Download Only)

    4 Review(s)
    This month's interview which is with the sublime character artist Abraham Valdez. Abraham has been churning out great artwork in forums that has been catching our eye for some time now, and this month we finally caught up with him for an interview. Abraham tells us about his route from being a traditional artist to creating characters for the new Medal of Honor game at EA Games in America. We also have Richard Kazuo, Danilo Pinheiro and Luis San Juan Palleres taking us one step closer to creating a finished rig for our alien character.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 044 - April 2009 (Download Only)

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    Our tutorials this month take us into the world of texturing in 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, LightWave and modo, as our five artists walk you through the texturing phase. Not only is this an unmissable chapter as it's the penultimate in the series, but also because we're giving away 51 free textures to all 3DCreative readers this month, too! And not just 51 plain old textures - oh no! We're giving you 51 fully tileable high-resolution textures, each with accompanying bump, specular, and in some instances normal maps, from our Total Textures collections.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 043 - March 2009 (Download Only)

    2 Review(s)
    We've gone absolutely ZBrush crazy this month and have not one, but three great tutorials using this software to create all manner of fantastic sculpts! The reason for the ZBrush craze this month is because our Gothic Church interior tutorial series, for 3d Studio Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, LightWave and modo, dips into the creation of a gargoyle for the scene.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 042 - February 2009 (Download Only)

    5 Review(s)
    This month sees the start of yet another great ‘super series' in 3DCreative - this time we're talking gothic church interiors, for which five wonderful artists will talk us through the principal techniques used in building a church interior. And to make things slightly more interesting, we also welcome a modo artist to the series, in the form of Robert Bergh. So to re-cap, that's 3D Studio Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, LightWave and modo.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 105 - May 2014 (Download Only)

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    We are constantly amazed by the advancements in 3D printing, repeatedly blowing our excitable minds! So this month we have brought in Francis Bitonti, best known for his collaborative 3D-printed dress worn by Dita Von Teese, to talk to us about careers in 3D design and his exciting new collaborations with MakerBot and 3D Hubs. On top of this, we look at the excellent craftsmanship of our cover artist, Pablo Muñoz Gomez’s ZBrush sketchbook, as well as checking out Kurt Papstein’s speedy sculpting and much, much more.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 085 - Sep2012 (Download Only)

    6 Review(s)
    Let's start things off with the awesome image on the cover of this issue, which was created by the talented Andrei Szasz for our Building Droids series. As ever this series proves to be an priceless source of tips and tricks, as Andrei turns a concept for a recon droid into a 3D model using 3ds Max. Sharing his step-by-step approach to modeling the droid, he talks us through how to create each part using tools and simple techniques.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 100 - December 2013 (Download Only)

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    Welcome to the celebratory issue 100 of 3dcreative magazine! To celebrate 100 months of 3dcreative, we speak to 3D printing master, Joshua Harker and digital sculpting hero, Rafael Grassetti about their thoughts on the future of 3D art. And, as ever, we have our monthly crop of awesome tutorials, project overviews and ZBrush sketchbooks for you to devour.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 086 - Oct2012 (Download Only)

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    Let's get started with this issue's stunning cover by Daniel Bystedt, which is the first installment to brand new tutorial series: ZBrush Quadrapeds. ZBrush is an impressive piece of software that can accomplish so much. With endless possibilities, your imagination is the limit. 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!
  • Celeritas - Maya (Download Only)

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    In this fascinating eBook you will be guided through the creation of a complete spaceship, from concept to a complete, textured model. We begin the series in Photoshop, using some of its excellent features to help create a concept, a vital process for anyone hoping to come up with an original design. That design is then developed in 3D, following a logical and practical approach. You will be shown how to model a low poly base model which you can then develop into a high-poly version and unwrap and texture. This series is filled with all the tips and help you will need to start creating your own cool 3D spaceships.

    Regular Price: $12.07

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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.
    Incl. Tax: $12.07

  • 3DCreative: Issue 107 - July 2014 (Download Only)

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    One of the many things the artists in 3dcreative have taught us is the importance of following your passions. As such, we are pleased to be featuring the work of two of our favorite character artists: Bryan Wynia and Justin Bintz. Our cover artist Bryan reflects on his exciting career history, while Justin shares the excitement of the early stages of his success.

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