Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
“We spared no expense” in bringing you our April 2018 3D Artist of the Month: Up-and-coming 3D generalist Omar Taher’s immortalized ‘Timmy’, the precocious kid from 1993’s blockbuster movie ‘Jurassic Park’, to critical acclaim. His stylized, yet amazingly detailed rendition of the character won him the grand prize in the prestigious Gnomon Best of Term awards, showcasing his talent to a wider audience and jump-starting a promising career in the industry.
“Hold onto your butts” as we trace Omar’s professional journey halfway around the world, from Cairo, Egypt to the Hollywood Hills and from the canvas to the big screen.
Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
As a commercial service, architectural visualization usually leaves only limited room for artistic expression. Luong Thanh and his coworkers at Vietnamese studio NatrangDesign understand how to fully use the space available and produce astonishing designs that simultaneously defy and adhere to genre conventions. A 3D artist in an ever-fleeting world, Luong aims to create digital imagery that leave a lasting impression within mere seconds, never losing track of one of the most basic design principles: the human element.
Join us on a leisurely stroll through wide open spaces and homely yet elegant interiors as we explore how Luong Thanh captures and conveys atmosphere and emotion.
Thursday, March 1st, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
Buckle up and hold on tight, as our March 2018 3D Artist of the Month is about to take you for a wild ride! Just as his powerful ‘Gladiator 69’ jeep is ready to tackle any terrain head-on, Egyptian CGI generalist Bondok Max is always ready to dive into new challenges and equally quick to adept to the everchanging environments of the job of a freelancer.
Continue reading to find out which engine drives Bondok’s success as an artist and what it took to shift his latest project into high gear.
Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
When Pedro Conti received his first job offer as a graphics design student, he did not think twice about dropping out of university after just his first year to pursue a career as a CGI artist.
Almost a decade later, Pedro is an accomplished 3D generalist who has worked for some of the biggest studios in the animation industry, including Walt Disney and Aardman Nathan Love. In this month’s ArtWanted! Feature, Pedro talks about his eventful career, recent and upcoming projects and what it means to be a true all-rounder.
Thursday, February 1st, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
Holy photorealistic texturing, Batman! Quentin Chaillet is not only the hero we deserve, but our 3D Artist of the Month in February 2018. The French character artist extraordinaire specializes in combining cartoonish designs with incredibly detailed materials, perfectly illustrated by his chibi rendition of the Dark Knight pictured above.
Continue reading to find out more about Quentin’s design philosophy and what it took to make his 'Little Batman' take wing!
Monday, January 22nd, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
For this month’s ArtWanted! feature, we return to the fascinating world of architectural visualization and interior design. Hailing from Bandung, Indonesia, Deny Mallik’s clean and concise arrangements showcase not only his talent as a 3D artist, but the universal language of design and the global appeal of the Scandinavian style in particular.
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 by Julian Karsunky
We are happy to announce that 2018 sees the continuation of our 3D Artist of the Month competition. Alexandr Melentev kicks off the new year with a bang, as he leads us into a magical realm of winter fairy tales and diesel fueled machinery. His airborne ‘Hunter’s Village’ offers a fascinating glimpse into the artist’s ongoing effort of creating an original fantasy world based on Russian folklore. Rich in purposeful detail, the image exhibits a unique visual style dubbed “wooden punk” by Alexandr.
Join us as we journey deeper into a world suspended in perpetual flight and talk flying trees, world building and wooden architecture.
Friday, December 29th, 2017 by Julian Karsunky
As the year draws to a close, we would once again like to shine a light on the charitable efforts of the CGI community. To raise awareness for children in armed conflicts, UNICEF Afghanistan produced ‘Courage of a Little Heart’, a touching animation based on a true story. With limited resources available, creative director Shaikh Danial gathered a team of talented artists from all over the globe. United in the cause to protect children from unlawful child recruitment, RebusFarm dedicates this month’s ArtWanted! Feature to the Pakistan all-rounder and joins him on his journey to make the world a better place.
Tuesday, December 19th, 2017
During the most wonderful time of the year we won't forget about the children who are suffering from war and devastation all over the world.
To help those children we continue to support the 'Donations instead of gifts' campaign by UNICEF. Our contribution this year helps UNICEF to provide children like Ahmed in Syria with warm blankets, emergency tents and school materials.
UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families.
Maybe you'd like to donate something to an organization of your choice, too?