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 Interview with Watercraft Challenge winners

December 2nd, 2015

Interview with Watercraft Challenge winners

It‘s been a long time coming, but finally the winners of the Watercraft challenge assembled on deck. But all puns aside, today we had the pleasure to talk to Simone and Leone M. Jennarelli, Fouad Bend and Jesus A. Olmos who shared their experiences!

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Jack of all architectural trades: an interview with Semsa Bilge

November 30th, 2015

Jack of all architectural trades: an interview with Semsa Bilge

Recently, we had a number of designer who focused on a very organic and flexible approach to 3D modeling and design. Today, however, we are taking a look at the other side of the spectrum - the hard earned fundamentals and precision of Semsa Bilge.

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Bringing ideas to life: an interview with Oleg

November 26th, 2015

Bringing ideas to life: an interview with Oleg

Today, we introduce a game-ready models producing artist Oleg!

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Overcoming challenges with technology: Interview with Stefan Knotek

November 24th, 2015

Overcoming challenges with technology: Interview with Stefan Knotek

The 3D market has grown substantially over the last couple of years, with new technologies cropping up almost constantly, it seems. One of these technologies- 3D printing, has gained a large following. But, what does that following look like? Today, we had the pleasure of interviewing an enthusiast and, perhaps, tomorrow’s pioneer Stefan Knotek.

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Inspiration from morbid curiosity: an interview with Helmut Stark

November 13th, 2015

Inspiration from morbid curiosity: an interview with Helmut Stark

To any of us - be it young or old time is probably the most valuable resource. With so many options and possibilities it‘s hard to start figuring out where to start. Now, consider juggling work, participating in numerous projects and then finding time to let your ideas flow in what little time you can scrape together. Today, we are taking a look at the fascinating work of Helmut Stark.

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