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  • 3DCreative: Issue 124 - December 2015 (Download Only)

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    This month brings you great interviews with the likes of Dmitry Cheremisin and Matthias Develtere, tons of tutorials covering modeling, texturing and rendering, and more besides! Whether you’re in the mood for characters, objects or vehicles, fantasy or sci-fi, we hope there’s something here to tickle your fancy.

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  • 3DCreative: Issue 123 - November 2015 (Download Only)

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    We’re bringing you a jam-packed issue this month, with brilliant interviews and tutorials for you to get stuck into! Learn how to make sci-fi ships in 3ds Max and Maya with Victoria Passariello and Rory Björkman, or if you’re in the mood for some character art, pick up some valuable tricks from Roumen Filipov and Ryan Reid.

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  • 3DCreative: Issue 122 - October 2015 (Download Only)

    This month we get to know two brilliant and unconventional artists – Mike Winkelmann, aka beeple, and Gleb Alexandrov of Creative Shrimp – and learn about their inspirations, careers, and impressive work ethics. We also take a look behind the scenes of some inspiring ZBrush work with James Suret, Marco Plouffe and Aram Hakze.

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  • 3DCreative: Issue 114 - February 2015 (Download Only)

    If you’re a fan of sci-fi and monsters, you’re in for a treat with this new issue. We interview Seb Barker, VFX supervisor behind the upcoming Monsters: Dark Continent, and Capcom artist Naru Omori, who’s worked on such videogame series as Resident Evil and Dead Rising. We meet sculptor Jake Anderson’s clay monsters, learn how to create sci-fi vehicles in 3ds Max and Maya, and look at modeling hard-surface robots in ZBrush.

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  • Swordmaster - Softimage XSI (Download Only)

    Originally created by Seong-wha Jeong, the Swordmaster character has now been recreated in 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, LightWave and XSI by a talented team of artists. This precise, step-by-step tutorial shares how to produce this highly polished, low poly game character with detailed texturing for real-time rendering.

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  • Joan of Arc - Softimage XSI (Download Only)

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    Originally created for 3ds Max by Michel Roger, the popular "Joan of Arc” tutorial has now been translated for Maya, LightWave, Cinema4D and Softimage XSI. This tutorial takes you through the process of creating a female character from scratch and covers modeling, texturing, mapping and finally, adding bones.

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  • Aquarium - Softimage XSI (Download Only)

    This 46-page tutorial series is split into six chapters and endeavors to give you an insight into how a fully realized 3D scene may be arrived at from beginning to end. The tutorial covers everything from concept sketches through to building the 3D scene, mapping and unwrapping, texturing and eventually to lighting and rendering, culminating in a final render.

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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.
  • Unreal Game Engine

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    The Unreal games engine is a hugely versatile system that has been used to power a variety of best-selling video games. In The Unreal Game Engine, environment artist Andrew Finch looks at how to create game levels from scratch using the free Unreal Development Kit, starting with modeling the environment. He then addresses the two different ways in which you can create accessories for your scene – modeling in 3ds Max and importing them, or creating them directly in UDK – before adding textures and lighting. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be a level designer and wanted some practical experience, then look no further than The Unreal Game Engine.
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