November 24th, 2014
Christmas shopping frenzy has begun, but no need to panic yet - we have some tempting gift ideas for you. Since the Holiday Gift Challenge that we ran in partnership with 3D printing service experts at iMaterialise has closed, we encourage you to add these beautiful winning 3D models to your Christmas shopping list and save yourself the headache. We'd like to thank all the participants for their time and effort. Don't worry if you haven't succeeded this time - we have a number of thrilling new challenges coming up in the nearest future. Follow our news to hear about them the minute they're announced!
November 17th, 2014
John Hoagland also known as Vanishingpoint is a CG artist from the US, who started making models in the 80s. John was always into drawing and sketching, but he could never draw a human, hence chose to become a programmer. He is self-taught, but the first one to make X-Wing Fighter, B-Wing Fighter, AT-AT, and other Star Wars vehicles that were fully rigged for the use in Poser. Currently he is focusing on vehicles and buildings, but still finds Toy Story to be his favorite movie ever.
November 10th, 2014
Xavier Dabrowski is a French stone carver, who began making 3D models as a hobby. He truly believes that nothing is impossible to design. Though he makes 3D models of sculptures, buildings, horses, movie characters, he genuinely enjoys designing pinups.
October 21st, 2014
So let's go back to the core of the universe: what do women want? In all earnestness, we haven't got a clue. What we know is how to make a woman happy without triggering the big questions. It's best to start with giving her something she didn't know she wanted. It's a double punch and trust us when we say - it's a winner. The tricky part here is figuring out what it is that she doesn't know she wants... To make things a little less complicated, we took a risk to divide women in 6 1/2 personality types that would help bring order to chaos. Just don't adhere to stereotypes - think what she really, genuinely loves.
October 14th, 2014
Splendid, unexplored, hypnotizing - these could be the words used to describe the 3D-printed ceramic objects featured in this post. What 3D printing seems to be doing here is lifting our expectations. Be good to yourself and take this trip to the world of perfection.