I've featured Enrico's work before, and usually it involved architectural renderings. But Enrico is a much broader artist than that, with work ranging from super realistic to wonderfully creative. Enjoy! The post The Art of Enrico Cerica appeared first on BlenderNation.
Moby Motion writes: The one thing that stopped me using PyroEvil's molecular script earlier, is the lack of clear documentation and tutorials. I thought I'd make this to introduce people to it - I feel like a lot of people would like to get into it if it weren't for the lack of documentation. The [...] The post Molecular Script - Tutorial appe […]
Meet Jakob Baldwin from Denmark as he talks about his minimalist/low-poly art work "Home". My name is Jakob Baldwin, I don’t have any fancy 3D education or job description (yet!), but I enjoy making 3D models and scenes in my spare time. I’ve been using Sketchfab as the primary place to collect and view my [...] The post Art Spotlight: Minimalism P […]
Sharanauts was one of my favourite short films at this year's Suzanne Awards viewing during the Blender Conference. Very well produced, funny and a high dose of 'Minions' humor - a great combination :) Russian 'Propellers Studio' just released the pilot of the series, enjoy! (Sorry, embedding has been disabled for this video). The po […]
Pascal Deraed from Karlskrona, Sweden shares some incredible work. I've featured some of his work before - he was on the Cycles Material Vault showcase and I showed a breakdown of his Steampunk Vault. I am CG teacher at a secondary Cutting Edge Educational program in the south of Sweden. I am also a freelancer [...] The post The art of Pascal Deraed app […]