Back in July we had an awesome post about 3d works, and today it came to my mind why we didn't have another post like that since then. Well, it's time for some awesome 3d pieces! Visiting the amazing CG Society site, I've ran into many impressing portraits, which I chose to featured here today. From fantasy portraits, to sci-fi, to just real people, these are stunning, and really amazing pieces. It totally makes me wanna do this! How about some 3D tuts? Anyone good out there willing to deliver us any sweet tuts? Hope to hear from you guys soon!! In the meanwhile, I hope you enjoy these!! Cheers. ;)
When the heavy weight champion wrestler Sigg Jones drinks a strange Powerdrink he loses control of himself unleashing all the good he had. His Agent will have to set him straight... Sigg Jones is the name of a short movie made by three students from Supinfocom School in France. The Film was made using 3DSmax. This is one amazing fight sequence, the styles and the modeling are superb. For your viewing pleasure I have found an HD/English version (that has slightly different sound effects) of the short film, you can find the original at www.siggjones.com. Final Project: Sigg Jones from Eighth Ronin on Vimeo.
A while ago Paulo made This post on 3d chalk art, when reading a magazine, I found some examples which were worth posting as well. So here's part 2! Enjoy! Edgar Müller and Manfred Stader Here are the first few, made by Edgar Müller and Manfred Stader, a duo which work together to make the most fabulous street paintings: Julian Beever After having a look at the previous artists, you can look at the amazing work of Julian Beever (also shown in the previous entry by Paulo): Kurt Wenner The following paintings were made by Kurt Wenner This Was Made At Waterloo Station, London Eduardo Ruiz Relero Last but not least, the next paintings were made by Eduardo Ruiz Relero I hope you enjoyed this post, Daan.
Ever imagined how cool would it be if you had your own 3D models? Well, you can actually have it now! Shapeways, a new platform and global community for 3D-design and production, takes a major step towards the next generation of consumer co-creation with the announcement of the Shapeways Creator Engine. For the first time, consumers without 3D modeling skills can shape, mash, imprint and design their own 3D products in just a few mouse clicks at Shapeways.com. From lamps with a personal message to fruit bowls linking back to memorable moments, the Shapeways Creator Engine has a beta library of pre-designed product templates which is expected to grow rapidly over 2009. Since this is all really new, there aren't many examples to showcase here, but you should really visit Shapeways and check them out with your own eyes! Cheers! ;)
I've already seen some of these sometimes before, and it's really amazing who these dudes manage to make such realistic 3D paintings, messing with nothing but our perception. And I just wonder whether or not this is just a hobbie for them, or is it their actual income source. Anyways, Julian Beever and Kurt Wenner are trully talented artists. Julian Beever Kurt Wenner Julian Beever Julian Beever Kurt Wenner Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever Julian Beever
One of the greatest things about video games and movies CG is that it's getting totally realistic these days. Sometimes tou can't even tell that something you see isn't real, but CG. Here are some great examples of this awesome art, computer graphics! I wonder if any of our readers has any CG works to show us! All these works were found at CG Society, an great community! ;) Hmm... looks good. Reminds me of Call of Duty 4. Totally real =O Green Lantern Company member. Where's Neo? Hmmm, porsche. Cool! Davy Jones' cousin. Brazilian designer, Ricardo da Rocha. Wolvie!
When it comes to the web, everybody is pretty much used to flash. However there’s a new technology which allows us to play 3D games in our browsers with somewhat close to Playstation 2 graphic quality. Some weeks ago I met some guys that were developing a game using a 3D plugin called Virtools. They were willing to create a website to publish and promote the game. So I joined them helping to create the web site and a blog.I have to say, the game looks fantastic, much better than anything that I’ve seen in terms of web games. It’s called Bucking Fuggy (yeah the spelling is correct) and it’s a time trial racing game. The gameplay is a bit hard but with some practice you will feel very comfortable driving the little buggy. The textures and lights are amazing, the sound is really good, and the best thing is that it loads really fast.Check out some screenshots and if you want to play it just go to buckingfuggy.com.