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Interview with Pablo Perdomo


By 3dtotal staff

Web: www.pablohtcmania.wix.com/portfolio3d (will open in new window)

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Date Added: 25th June 2014

Mech-specialist and May gallery-award winner, Pablo Perdomo shares his latest portfolio images featuring mechs and superheroes!


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3D modeler, Pablo Perdomo, impressed with his War Machine gallery entry last month, going on to win the sci-fi category by racking up 2929 points, more than any other image that month. It has settled down to 4 ½ stars now, but is no less impressive. The ZBrush and mech specialist shares his latest work...

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3dtotal: Tell us a little bit about yourself: Who are you, what do you do, and where are you located?

Pablo Perdomo: Hi, I'm Pablo Perdomo and I am a 3D modeler. I'm 25-years-old, from Argentina, currently studying 3D Animation at the Escuela Da Vinci. I work 8 hours a day at a local fast food restaurant and produce my models at home, and I hope to work in 3D in the future.

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3dt: Tell us the story behind your artwork: What brought you into the digital art world and what software do you use?

PP: I became interested in the 3D world 2 years ago when I suddenly realized that 3D animation was everywhere you look, so I found the right school to learn this trade and haven't stopped since.

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3dt: How did you learn to paint digitally?

PP: I learned sculpture and then went on digital courses with many different teachers, learning from the expertise and recommendations.

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3dt: Who are your favorite traditional or digital artists, and can you explain why?

PP: My favorite artists are dust132, Ben Mauro, the teachers at the school and I admire many of their students.

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3dt: What software do you like to learn in the future to expand its portfolio and skills, and why?

PP: I would like to learn how to use Marmoset Toolbag 2, Maya and Marvelous Designer... these would serve me well in the future.

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Pablo's workstation

3dt: How do you like to unwind after a hard day's (or night's) work?

PP: After a hard day I like to go for a walk or watch a movie, or do some speed modeling – that is really relaxing.

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War Machine


Related links

Check out the War Machine in the gallery
Head over to Pablo's site for more
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