Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
It’s an archviz extravaganza at the RebusFarm blog and we’re covering all the bases! Whereas our current 3D Artist of the Month exclusively focuses on exteriors, Wacław Klos, our May 2019 ArtWanted! feature, mostly designs elegant interiors.
Unsatisfied with his employment relationship, Wacław decided to take a chance and established his own business Epistudio. In our interview, he recounts his journey to self-employment and exploring additional revenue streams as a freelance artist.
Wednesday, May 1st, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
Architectural visualization is truly a global industry. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, we are free to digitally explore cityscapes and buildings from all over. Our 3D Artist of the Month campaign is one opportunity to connect with artists worldwide and highlight their work. For May 2019, our journey takes us to the city of Novosibirsk in Siberia, Russia. Here, we meet Stas Vergasov, a talented 3D archviz artist, specializing in exteriors.
When Stas submitted a series of visuals he produced for a shopping mall, we were immediately intrigued by the dense and unique atmosphere of the scene. To get the full story behind the image and learn more about his unique approach, check out our interview!
Friday, April 19th, 2019
Happy Easter everyone! We prepared a special to celebrate Easter with you!
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Monday, April 15th, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
Those familiar with Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Farnsworth House might immediately spot that something is off in Peter Oldorf’s reimagined scene. Not satisfied with simple 3D reconstruction, the German archviz artist decided to unceremoniously transplant the building from its original location in Plato, Illinois to a rugged Swedish forest landscape.
Check out our interview to find out what inspired this bold move, as Peter talks about his latest piece, his history in architectural visualization and his assessment of the current state of VR technology.
Monday, April 1st, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
Despite the date, our April 2019 3D Artist of the Month is not fooling around. Gifted character artist Angela Rico hones her skills and pursues her goals with unwavering determination. A high achiever in every sense of the word, she not only graduated from prestigious Gnomon School of Visual Effects, Games and Animation with a staggering seven ‘Best of Term’ awards under her belt, but managed to land her dream job right after. Her work is characterized by meticulous attention to detail and stands as a prime example of visual storytelling.
Join us as Angela recalls her journey from CG fan to industry professional, an inspiring success story spanning half the globe.
Friday, March 15th, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
Shhh! Try not to make too much noise as we venture deep into the woods for our March 2019 ArtWanted! feature, or we might draw the unwanted attention of the reclusive forest dweller. Instead, let us focus all of our attention on Vitaly Varna, talented 3D environment artist from Lithuania and creator of the clandestine scene pictured above.
Thankfully, Vitaly welcomed us with open arms and readily talked about the ins and outs of environment art and the development process of his latest personal project.
Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
The situation in Yemen is getting worse and worse. Every day children are suffering from hunger, violence and diseases. UNICEF is on-site, helping those children in need. They treat malnourished children with therapeutic special food in the form of peanut paste or special milk. Both are particularly rich in nutrients and calories to help them gain new strength. The children are given vaccines against diseases such as diphtheria or cholera. Furthermore, the UNICEF team repairs schools, provides the children with educational material and takes care that there are teachers.
Friday, March 1st, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
Although February has passed, it is still Valentine’s day at RebusFarm! Our March 2019 ‘3D Artist of the Month’, talented 3D modeling and texturing artist Valentin Erbuke, has gifted us some delicious eye-candy. Half elf, half dryad, his equally fierce and delicate ‘Jungle Hunter’ shot an arrow straight through our hearts! At only 23 years, Valentin’s work, notable for its realism and visual coherence, has already earned him a great many admirers in the CG community.
In our interview, Valentin talks about falling in love with 3D, his reasons for relocating overseas and the benefits of teaching.
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
What do creative crustaceans, caffeine and rubber ducks have in common? Simple: They all blend together in the brand CG artist and educator Gleb Alexandrov has successfully built from the ground up over the last years. A vocal proponent of open-source software, Gleb focuses on content creation centered on the free 3D software Blender. His vast knowledge, shared in the form of videos and tutorial courses, continues to benefit countless aspiring 3D artists worldwide.
We once again had the pleasure to sit down with Gleb and talked about digital freedom, content creation and his recent push in game development.
Friday, February 15th, 2019 by Julian Karsunky
For our ArtWanted! feature in February, we’re all about keeping it weird! Join us, as we shine the spotlight on the great Luis Torres, better known as Mr. Flama, and take a closer look at his astonishing career and versatile skill set as a traditional and digital artist. From a stellar rise at some of the top global players in advertising to the rocky paths of freelancing and managing his own studio, prestigious awards and repeated setbacks – Luis has seen it all in over 20 years of working as an illustrator and motion designer.
In our interview, he openly discusses his experiences in an everchanging industry, rekindling his creative drive and his collection of weird, imaginative friends.