We are constantly upgrading, expanding and working to evolve TurboSquid into something that continues to be a resource for artists. Now it’s your turn to tell us which features would be the most beneficial to you, the artists.
Who better to rate models than by the artists skilled to create them? That’s exactly what we thought when it came down to creating a game that would provide accurate ratings that will ultimately improve the search results on TurboSquid.com.
We’ve been quietly building and testing a game that lets you, the artist, determine the quality of models in our ever growing online catalog.
A small group of artist have been beta testing the game and their response has been phenomenal, describing the game as “highly addictive”. Check out what our test group of players have been saying about 3D Expert (formerly known as 3D Critic).
This month, we decided to allow two featured models to share the spotlight atop our home page.
We were wowed by Jamie Hamel Smith’s sleekly styled Yamaha R6 motorcycle model, but then we thought, “what good is a bike without someone to ride it?” – so we paired it with an equally impressive, complementary creation, Vespa’s street biker model. We can almost hear this duo screaming past us on the track.
With two models, that also gave us twice the time with each of these talented Checkmate Pro Certified artists; click their names to read more about Jamie Hamel Smith and Vespa.
There are free sources for data that can help provide you with insight into what people are searching. This information can provide you with trends, patterns and possibly the next “big thing” when it comes to purchases on the horizon. With a keen eye on current events, a little search data and the trusty SquidGuild artist reports, you may have found the inspiration for your next 3D creation. Read more on how data can drive your designs.
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