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Interview with Pablo Perdomo

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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!



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...


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.

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.

War Machine

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