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3dcreative magazine: January issue out now!

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Date Added: 20th January 2014

A new year, a new centenary for 3dcreative magazine! Issue 101 is out now!

Happy New Year!

What resolutions have you made this year? Any big career ambitions you hope to realize?

To help kick-start your motivation, 3dcreative magazine talks to 2 industry powerhouses at different stages in their careers. Falling Skies and The Conjuring concept artist Luca Nemolato shows us how, with hard work and talent, you can break into Hollywood in your early twenties. While Marco Di Lucca, who has worked on some amazing titles including Avatar and Noah, shares how he worked his way up to land his dream job as a senior artist at Industrial Light & Magic.

Image by Luca Nemolato

Image by Marco Di Lucca

Have you always wanted to develop your own texture library? Now is the time to start! Photographer Scott Davis shares some simple tips for capturing images perfect to use in texturing. Once you get going the possibilities are endless…

Image by Scott Davis

If prop libraries are more your thing, take a look at Joseph Harford's tutorial on page 50. He shares a creative and efficient approach to using ZBrush sculpting to generate exotic foliage that will add detail to your scenes.

Image by Joseph Harford

To help you hone your post-production skills, we have tutorials from photo-real portraiture legend Dan Roarty, who works through the finishing touches of his character Pankrac, and Maya pro Patrick Evrard, who reveals the final stages of preparing a stylized character image for your portfolio.

Image by Dan Roarty

Image by Patrick Evrard

We have also brought in 2 Digital-Tutors gurus to share their 3D expertise: anatomy expert Cézar Brandão reveals his remarkable ZBrush sketchbook and monster master Fabrizio Bortolussi walks through the creative processes behind his bizarre creature creations.

Image by Cézar Brandão

Image by Fabrizio Bortolussi

On top of all of this, you can check out Moisés Ojeda's tips for creating ZBrush images with a cartoon illustration aesthetic.

Image by Cézar Brandão

Finally, take a sneak peek into Digital Art Masters: Volume 8 with an in-depth overview of 3D legend Marek Denko's jaw dropping image Under the Southern Highway. There's also a 20% discount available, why not treat yourself to the rest of the book?

Image by Marek Denko

We hope you enjoy issue 101!


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(ID: 246459, pid: 0) Moiss Ojeda on Mon, 20 January 2014 5:07pm
Hi! I'm Moiss Ojeda. I think there is a mistake in the name below the illustration. Regards
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