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3dcreative magazine: December issue out now!

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Date Added: 19th December 2013

The 3dcreative team is hugely excited to reach issue 100 this month – that's over 8 years of incredible creatures, vehicles, mechs and more, all in amazing 3D!

Inside issue 100, you will find every single 3dcreative magazine cover since September 2005. Looking over the last 8 years, it's exciting to see how much 3D art has advanced, but it is also clear that what hasn't changed is the talent and passion of the artists we work with.

After so many years of support, we'd like to thank all of you: from the 3dcreative veterans who've been reading for 8 years, to all the new students just joining us - not to mention the hundreds of fantastic artists who've made each issue an extravaganza of CG deliciousness. We admire you all!

Now, before we get a bit emotional, we should let you know how we are celebrating this mighty achievement...

As a thanks for being such a loyal follower, we have loads of freebies and offers for you to check out, including a free full-version of iClone4 PRO, free 3D models and assets, plus lots of awesome discounts for you to take advantage of.

Inside issue 100, we chat to 3D printing pioneer Joshua Harker, and character sculpting master, Rafael Grassetti, about the exciting future of 3D art and careers.

Image by Joshua Harker

Image by Rafael Grassetti

As ever, the tutorial section of 3dcreative is packed full with information as 6 industry professionals share their tricks of the trade:

The Wolverine Concept Artist Justin Goby Fields teaches us his ZBrush creature creation workflow...

Image by Justin Goby Fields

Pin-up master, Andrew Hickinbottom walks us through the final stages of creating his image, Cara...

Image by Andrew Hickinbottom

Portrait artist extraordinaire, Dan Roarty shares the render setting he uses to achieve photoreal perfection...

Image by Dan Roarty

Maya master Patrick Evrard explains how to pose and render you characters to develop profile quality artworks...

Image by Patrick Evrard

3ds Max pro Seid Tursic shares his tips for perfect character renders in his uncanny 3D version of Denis Zilber's Loan Shark design...

Plus! On top of all that, we have 2 great project overview articles of two of our favorite creations this year:

Anders Ehrenborg describes how he textured the amazing Bear King, who lords over the issue 100 cover

While Andrew Averkin shares an incredibly in-depth walk through of the creation of his exceptional image, Far Away From Home

Image by Andrew Averkin

We hope you enjoy issue 100 and we'll see you in the New Year for the first issue of 2014!


The December issue of 3dcreative magazine is on sale now for just £2.99 (approx $4.69 US) in the 3dtotal shop. 3dcreative is a downloadable PDF magazine. If you like what you see, you can also subscribe for only £23.99 (approx $37.64 US) per year to get the mag delivered to your Inbox each month, ensuring you never miss an issue!

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