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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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Interview with Igor Puškarič: Zbrush is the ultimate pleasure!

November 11th, 2015

Interview with Igor Puškarič: Zbrush is the ultimate pleasure!

Don't you just love meeting people that can inspire you through their own strong character and clear life goals? Well, if you don't, they should still provide a really needed kick in the butt! We're offering a great way to get your week started with some inspiration from 3D modeling enthusiast Igor Puškarič!

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Interview with Ricardas Marozas

August 21st, 2015

Interview with Ricardas Marozas

It's really nice to see humble and pleasant people in this world but we believe that we have found one of a kind in Ricardas Marozas. We do like his work very much and his modesty is incredibly charming and quite rare in this world. We just hope that the deadline horror will not catch up with our man. Take a look some of his works and words of wisdom!

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How 3D scan-to-print technology will finally make 3D printing happen

May 11th, 2015

How 3D scan-to-print technology will finally make 3D printing happen

3D printing has started to lose its magical glow. It’s becoming mainstream. You don’t get that many wide-eyed, shut-up-and-take-my-money looks simply by talking about 3D-printed cars, or guns, or cupcakes anymore. Old news. But don’t get me wrong, we think it’s good news, too.

It’s time 3D printing moved passed the cool stuff and became unquestionably useful in everyday life. And given the recent avalanche of 3D scan-to-print technology announcements, this seems to be rapidly taking shape.

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