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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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  • Creating a stylized character (Download Only)

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    Learn how to make a fun steampunk heroine with the guidance of skilled character artist Roumen Filipov, with 3D model and texture assets included! This eBook covers an entire character creation workflow, from modeling organic and hard surfaces in ZBrush, to topology and UVing with 3ds Max, to posing and rendering the final model. Discover useful techniques that’ll add life to your characters, from creating skin pores to simple posing with the free Super Simple Rig. (ZBrush, 3ds Max with V-Ray, and Photoshop are required for this project.)
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  • 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.

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  • Classical Sculpture (Download Only)

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    Even some of the most modern forms of art are influenced by traditional techniques, methods and styles. With the arrival of ZBrush came an opportunity to put into practice many of the techniques that were used in classical sculpture by sculptors from some of the most recognizable periods in world history. In this tutorial series Rafael Ghencev will dissect the history of Greek and Roman sculpture and show you how to create an image in that style. Not only will Rafael talk you through the sculpting, but will also show how to texture and present your sculpt in a classical style. This series will also give some great anatomy tips, and provide you with some great tricks to help you present your sculpts.

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  • 3DCreative: Issue 102 - February 2014 (Download Only)

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    This month, it is time to get started on some exciting new projects! Learn how to create a strong basis for your images with previz guidance to help you develop photoreal scenes and classic cars. You can also find out how to turn your photographs into perfect tillable textures with our guide to creating a texture library.
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  • 3DCreative Back Issues - 2013 (Download Only)

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    All 12 issues published in 2013

    Regular Price: $34.11

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  • 3DCreative: Issue 101 - January 2014 (Download Only)

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    To kick-start another year of fantastic 3D creations, we have loads of inspiring content to get you thinking. Why not begin 2014 by developing your own texture library with Scott Davis, or hone your prop-sculpting skills with Joseph Harford?
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 099 - November 2013 (Download Only)

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    This month, the 3dcreative habitat is a hub of biodiversity populated by frogs, lizard monsters, goblins, mermaids and even a few humans. Character designers will be in their element, as we have plenty of advice to help you develop your own concepts - be they photoreal, cartoon or completely imaginary!
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  • Modeling Human Anatomy - Modo (Download Only)

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    When creating a model of a human character you have to know how you are going to produce accurate anatomy. As humans we spend a lot of time looking at people and for this reason we are all very talented at spotting mistakes, or anatomy that doesn't quite look right. A good model can easily be spoiled by an incorrectly modeled feature, such as a hand, or an ear. In this eBook we will be shown how to model some of the tricky features that regularly cause artists problems, and hopefully awkward looking anatomy will be a thing of the past.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 059 - July 2010 (Download Only)

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    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.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 058 - June 10 (Download Only)

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    Our second new tutorial series starting this month is How to Stylize and Model Toon Animals and People. The series starts by looking at creating a cartoon animal with Jose Alves da Silva. If rigging and animation is more of your thing you will be pleased to hear that this month we continue our rigging series by Richard Kazuo and Danilo Pinheiro in Maya and Luis San Juan Pallares for 3ds Max. This month's Making Of is by Petr Nasirov. Petr talks us through making his excellent Comicon competition entry Judge Death.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 057 - May 10 (Download Only)

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    This month's issue sees the final instalment of our Outdoor Environment lighting series. There is no need to fear though because next month we start our indoor environment lighting series dealt with in all the same software, and the scene is created by the interior king Viktor Fretyán. But before we get carried away we still have the final part of the Outdoor series and in this issue we deal with an Overcast Day, dealt with in 3ds Max and mental ray by Andrew Finch, 3ds Max and V-Ray by Andrzej Sykut, Maya by Luciano Iurino and Cinema 4D by Fredi Voss
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  • Gothic Church Interior Creation - modo (Download Only)

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    This 47-page eBook provides a detailed account of building, texturing and lighting the interior of a Gothic church based upon a concept painting.
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  • Cartoon Critters (Download Only)

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    Creating cartoon animals is a great starting point for anyone who is thinking about having a go at 3D. Cartoon animals are usually made up of shapes and forms that are fairly simple to model, and since realism is not the focus of this kind of work, it gives you an opportunity to be expressive and experimental at all points of the creative process. In this eBook the artists will be talking you through how to approach this task, firstly by concentrating on how to create your idea, but then moving on to the modeling, texturing and post-production. Each chapter provides you with an opportunity to see into the workflow of these outstanding industry professionals and learn valuable techniques you can use in your own workflow.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 054 - February 10 (Download Only)

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    As always we are striving to get the best content for you and we deliver again with the second installation in the Cédric Seaut character modeling tutorial. In this month's issue Cédric shows us how to model the shoe for our character. We hope you enjoy his step-by-step guide, excuse the pun, I couldn't help myself!
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