As you know there aren’t many 3D designers in the world. Some of us work alongside other professionals only to get the job done. Others do it to please the client so they can establish a good reputation. And then there are those who know that the work they produce is so much more than … Continue reading 10 Signs you’re a 3D designer
When taking on a project, I make sure that the 3D work needed can be managed within the given time. If i’m asked to create visuals or any other 3D related work for a project that has an unclear objective I usually question it, decline or ask for more time. I also suggest alternative methods … Continue reading Is the time right?
In many cases, as a 3D designer, you will be asked to create work on various concepts, but if you’re assigned a project to work on that you’re uncomfortable with, you should feel free to suggest an alternative way to tackle your assignment. In either case, there are several criteria you should consider. First, of … Continue reading Choosing the right projects
In this session, I’m re-making the Gucci Cyborg catwalk experience.
In this video we are looking at the virtual re-making of Gary Vee’s Crushing it pop up store in Shoe Palace, LA.
When you first began to dabble in a 3d applications like cinema 4d or 3ds Max ten to 12 years ago, it was always hard at first. Simply understanding the interface and where to find things in the menus was a huge step forward. The amount of hand holding learning materials available for 3d work … Continue reading Learning to master 3D
In this video we show you the making of our version of the acclaimed Rain Room experience. Enjoy!