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Artist Spotlight: Vincent Lion

The New Year is the time for a fresh start, and we’re kicking the year off with this fresh olive tree by TurboSquid Artist, Vincent Lion! We were able to talk to Vincent, who spends his time as a freelance 3D artist, about his models and what he’s looking forward to in 2016. How did you get your start as a …

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Artist Spotlight: roman3dd

TurboSquid is battle ready with our new Featured Image by TS Artist roman3dd! As a husband and wife team, Roman and Alina Makarenko have both contributed stylish new models to the TurboSquid catalog. As CheckMate Pro artists, they have made a number of fans in the TS Offices (our VP of Product Development has even used their adorable cartoon sheep …

Artist Spotlight: Tornado Studio

While the world’s Olympians get ready for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Tornado Studio takes the gold medal in 3D modeling with this downhill skier, our newest featured image.  We were happy to get to talk with Martin Kostov, the founder and CEO of Tornado Studio, whose team has contributed a lot of great CheckMate models to the TurboSquid catalog. How …

CheckMate Pro v2: Lowering Poly Count On SubD Models

Subdivision models naturally have more polygons than realtime models because of holding edges and good edge flow overall. However, it’s important to realize that a really well-made subdivision model often has fewer polygons than a non-subdividable model. The following two images show a model of a Dimplex grill. On the left is the original model an artist created. He tried …