Jeffrey Tanate, a Philippines 3D artist from Manila has recently designed the house of his dreams. A minimalistic concrete villa in simple lines and earth tones, a place where he would love to live. Let's dive into his storytelling making-of exploring the way he usually gets inspired for his projects and how he tries to inspire other artists to follow their own dreams!
Irakli Shubashikeli finds his sources of inspiration in anything around him and he suggests to us to only catch the moment that gives us deep and nice emotions. In this making-of article, you can explore his way of thinking during the creation of his personal projects. Enjoy!
Throughout human history, myths and folklore have served as an important outlet for our desire for creative expression. While often fantastical in nature, the themes and morals contained within these age-old stories still apply to and reflect our experiences. It is no wonder then, that their universal appeal continues to inspire creative minds to this day, and Fabricio Rezende, our September 2022 3D Artist of the Month, is no exception! His depiction of a leprechaun sees the traditionally mischievous creature far removed from its pot of gold, a hauntingly hopeless victim of abject poverty.
In our interview, Fabricio recalls his professional journey from the agricultural to the video game industry, reveals the real-life origins of his leprechaun, and speaks on the importance of finding your own artistic voice.
The drive for artistic expression is a powerful force. When Brian Salvatierra and his wife Dariana Pitti quit their office jobs to found adetalle studio in pursuit of more creative endeavors, it was like “jumping into the abyss”. Still, it takes but one look at the outstanding work they and their team produce, to fully understand their decision. Their project ‘Lantana Residences’, a tropical Costa Rican neighborhood, has been making the rounds on social media lately, and we are eager to add to the well-deserved attention with our August 2022 ArtWanted feature.
Continue reading, as Dariana and Brian offer a fascinating insight into their professional life and creative process, including a concise account on how to make the most out of your reference material.
Yahya Jafari, a young architect based in Iran, with a big passion for architectural visualization shared with us his workflow, writing a making-of article for his small commercial and residential project "Golbarg". Simple techniques, tips & tricks that can help you deliver some nice images to your clients. Enjoy!
The South American CG industry has been making waves for quite some time now, consistently producing top talent artists and work of the highest quality. Brazil, in particular, has established itself as home to a tight-knit community, and we are more than happy to once again shine the light on one of its more recent members: Arthur Sthefano Cavalcanti e Souza, our August 2022 3D Artist of the Month. A year ago, Arthur founded his own company Arca 3D Creative Studio with a friend, and together, they have been on a mission to shape the future, one pixel at a time.
In our interview, Arthur reflects on his personal strength and weaknesses, recounts his professional history, and remembers his human and feline companions along the way.
We are usually impressed by many personal projects we see on the forums created by great 3d artists. But what about the daily commercial projects which usually have short deadlines. Can we keep a good quality as well?
Raveendra from 3D Architectural Designs drives us to a simple but full of examples and references making-of article which totally worth your time. Check it out!
Every artist needs to challenge himself from time to time, learn something new, and expand his portfolio. Inspired and motivated by other great 3D artists, Humam Munir, an Iraqi 3D artist, shares his workflow with all of us. Take a look and grab the tips of this informative breakdown!
As artists, we often look for a good source of inspiration before starting a project. There were so many things that could impress us when we were kids. Our memories are from flavors, smells, toys, or even simple objects. Bartek Muczyn from MOFO ArchViz recalled from his memories the horn and smell of a train, sitting close to nature and waiting to see it passing in front of him. An emotional making-of article that has been created with pure love for 3D Art. Enjoy it!