February 27th, 2020
When you scroll through 3D models on CGTrader it is clear that a lot of jewelry designers are working hard to offer a wide range of original designs.
But while the quantity and creativity are remarkable, the commercial practicality of the designs isn’t always there. And that impacts their “sellability.”
October 3rd, 2019
The new feature film “Dauntless – the Battle of Midway” was created using 150 different stock 3D models purchased from the CGTrader Marketplace – saving an estimated one million US dollars in production costs. This is truly remarkable example of the advantages of using photorealistic stock 3D content in film and animation production.
Michael Swack from the CGTrader Blog caught up with Bayou Pictures owner and VFX producer Mike Phillips in Los Angeles at SIGGRAPH 2019 to discuss the role 3D content played in the film.
July 24th, 2019
The CGTrader blog recently spoke to Lukas Lamprecht and Andreas Monke from RenderPeople - one of CGTrader’s most prolific and unusual 3D model sellers.
December 31st, 2018
Client: Xootr Australia & New Zealand
I did not need to do anything. No photoshoots, not sending the scooters to anyone - nothing. Everything they needed, CGTrader downloaded from our website: they used the store’s product images to make their 3D models”
- Charlie Mills-Mateer, Managing Director at Xootr Australia & New Zealand.
November 9th, 2018
That calculus class you didn't want to take? That's how Xfrog store their models in a single page of text
Xfrog has been an industry leading company for more than 30 years. It has developed its unique software and created the largest database of botanically accurate 3D plant models in the world. We got the chance to ask the creators of Xfrog a couple of questions and delve a bit deeper into their work, which really boggles the mind: each leaf of their models has a different texture, a model has no polycount and can range from 3,000 to 3,000,000 polys, and, at the same time, is just a single page of text.