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  • 3DCreative: Issue 041 - January 2009 (Download Only)

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    This month, keeping with 3DCreative tradition, we have our two artist interviews, the first of which is with the one and only David Giraud, possibly best known for his work as senior character artist on Assassin's Creed at Ubisoft Montreal, and who is currently working on the upcoming game based on the 3D science-fiction film directed by James Cameron, Avatar.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 045 - May 2009 (Download Only)

    This month we bring you the concluding chapter of our ZBrush Character Creation tutorial series, in which the super talented Rafael Grassetti shows us how to tackle the sculpting and texturing of a beautifully freakish monster of Frankenstein. We also welcome Federico Scarbini to 3DCreative this month with a fantastic Making Of detailing the creation of his recent character piece, Zenoth, the alien from Jupiter.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 052 - December 2009 (Download Only)

    First up this month we are all very excited to be able to present you with an Interview with the character developer who has worked on projects like Fantastic Four, 300 and Journey to the Centre of the Earth 3D, the one and only Cesar Dacol Jr. In his interview we find out how it was to make the transition from make - up effects to computer based work.
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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: Issue 104 - April 2014 (Download Only)

    It’s important to experiment and find your skills and passions. With this in mind, we have a varied array of tutorials to help you to refine your practice: from hard-surface modeling to texturing and sketching. You’ll also find creative advice from some of the industry’s top character designers including Kurt Papstein and our cover artist, Jeff Miller. Alongside this, discover software tips and tricks for 3ds Max, Maya, ZBrush and more! There’s plenty inside to help you refine your practice, so it’s time to get working!
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  • Master hard-surface modeling in Maya (Download Only)

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    Renato Gonzalez Aguilante leads an 8-part guide to vehicle creation in Maya. Discover how to turn a 2D concept drawing into an accurate and exciting 3D model of a destructive deforestation vehicle, from modeling through to rendering.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 106 - June 2014 (Download Only)

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    So many of the great 3D artists we speak to tell us how important history and traditional art is to them when it comes to references and inspiration, but in this issue of 3dcreative, we will be looking at what 3D skills can bring to the world of art history! Carlos Bayod Lucini explains how he and artist Manuel Franquelo have developed the Lucida scanner which, with the help of a few 3D artists, perfectly recreates historic monuments, preserving the original for generations to come.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 108 - August 2014 (Download Only)

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    This month we speak to Argentine animation legend Juan José Campanella ahead of his star-studded new family movie, The Unbeatables. Louie Tucci shares his pearls of industry wisdom and gives us a sneaky peek at a 3D printer in action. John A. Martini cooks an actual burger in pursuit of his art, and Cézar Brandão shares a look behind one of his beautiful portraits.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 109 - September 2014 (Download Only)

    We’re kicking off this month with two wonderful interviewees, Leticia Reinaldo and Nikita Veprikov, both of whom have something to say about finding your own voice and, most important of all, having fun! We certainly hope you have fun reading this issue, where we’ve gathered a wealth of knowledge and resources to help you learn, improve, and find that creative voice we all look for.
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  • ZBrush Characters & Creatures

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    ZBrush is a powerful program offering digital artists of all levels intuitive and inspiring workflow solutions for 3D models and 2D images. Following on from the success of other ZBrush titles such as ZBrush Character Sculpting: Volume 1, this new book focuses on the design and creation of a variety of character and creature sculpts by world-class artists including Mariano Steiner, Maarten Verhoeven, Caio César, and Kurt Papstein.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 110 - October 2014 (Download Only)

    In this month’s issue, we’re going to the movies with Ken Barthelmey (The Maze Runner) and Iker García Santander (Justin and the Knights of Valour), as they share their thoughts on the industry and experiences from the world of film. We’re also happy to be trying something new with our Spotlight feature, a versatile space for different kinds of 3D artists and their projects. This month, we’re proud to feature traditional sculptor Jonathan Payne and his extraordinary clay creations. They’re pretty unsettling – you’ve been warned!
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 111 - November 2014 (Download Only)

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    This month’s magazine is chock full of brilliant characters and creatures from a host of talented artists. We’re designing alien monsters and fantastical godlike beings, catching up with pro character sculptor Glauco Longhi, and taking a ride through Jonathan Ball’s technicolor world of teddy bears and giant rampaging robots. Something for everybody!
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  • 3dtotal Anatomy: female figure

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    Sculpted by Dan Crossland for 3dtotal, the female figure is produced to the same standards as the original male statue, and also to scale. We calculated that our female would be around 5% shorter than our male in the real world, making her 265mm tall, minus the base (our male is 297mm, minus the base). Cast in the same neutral grey resin, together the models will make fantastic desktop companions!
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