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Florian Witzel: 486 to ILM

Florian Witzel: 486 to ILM

From 3D Studio 2.0 and Animator Pro 1.0 on the trusty 486, Florian Witzel’s first taste of CG opened up a whole new world of possibilities for him. Fast-forward to 2009, Florian has joined the VFX force at…

Posted: Dec 04, 2009
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Stanislav Klabik: CG for Life

Stanislav Klabik: CG for Life

Mastering one aspect of 3D is no easy feat, let alone the other aspects in 3D. Czech CG artist Stanislav Klabik pushes himself to cover them all: modeling, texturing, lighting, rendering and final image composition. The…

Posted: Dec 01, 2009
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Olive Titouan: From the School of Self-Taught

Olive Titouan: From the School of Self-Taught

Driven by determination and passion, French CG artist Olive Titouan chose to learn 3D on his own, and opted to build a solid foundation in the fundamentals of art. His interest in illustration and character creation…

Posted: Nov 30, 2009
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Pedro Conti: Working at Lightspeed

Pedro Conti: Working at Lightspeed

Brazilian CG artist Pedro Conti talks about all the work experience he has gathered to this moment -- from print advertising campaigns under one of the biggest studios in Brazil, to personal animated short films, to…

Posted: Nov 30, 2009
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CreatureBox Full of Monsters, Spacemen and Storytelling

CreatureBox Full of Monsters, Spacemen and Storytelling

CreatureBox is a collaborative effort between Dave Guertin and Greg Baldwin. A quick glance at their collection of work and you will undoubtedly arrive at the conclusion that they are two guys who know their craft and…

Posted: Sep 30, 2009
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Into the Fold: Kenichi Nishida

Into the Fold: Kenichi Nishida

10-year CG veteran Japanese artist Kenichi Nishida has used nearly every CG app under the sun. His passion for sculpting is driven by his appreciation for craftsmen of the past, and the performance in the act of…

Posted: Aug 28, 2009
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