December 20th, 2016
Posted on Dec 20, 2016 by Eduardas Jucys
Everyone here wants to make 3D models that stand out in the crowd. Some of us actually do a magnificent job making them - and that is a good thing. But when it comes to doing a good presentation for your work - the real struggle starts. What kind of description do I write? Why do I need so many tags? What's the big deal with having 3056 pictures uploaded in my model presentation? Let me answer all of these wonderfully confusing questions, to help you on your road to better model visibility.
December 5th, 2016
Talking about our challenges, the first thing that comes to our head is "another one bites the dust.." And so it's finally time to publish the winners of the VR Watercraft challenge - please note that due to not enough eligible entries to the portfolio category, we will be awarding 4 winners for best model category, with the portfolio prizes going to the 2nd place winner.
Now, all aboard to the winners (who, as we mentioned, hopefully won't sink)!
September 13th, 2016
We have A LOT of models fit for anything and everything. So looking at these free assets was quite fun, because there were no boundaries - except that it's new, free, and quality. Ok, that may be a lot of boundaries.. Anyhow, here's a complete random pick of the quality free 3D models - some of them low poly, some of them not. Most of them could fit any scene - some of them not. Battleships, dobermans, mountains and a perfume - enjoy the unplanned, undirected, complete randomness of a choice.
August 17th, 2016
Tristan Bethe is working on 3D scanning, but he had a wild ride before he got to be where is he now. What was his journey towards doing something we only imagined in sci-fi? Find out in the interview!