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TurboSquid Sighting: SURVIVOR

When the hit CBS TV show SURVIVOR needed a 3D model to promote its 24th season, naturally they turned to TurboSquid and chose a CheckMate Pro model by veteran artist Massimo Righi.   “TurboSquid is the only place I go to buy all our 3D models,” says Jon Lee, Senior Creative Director Promo Animation at CBS. You can see the alligator …

TurboSquid on Big Love

The acclaimed HBO series Big Love aired its series finale in March 2011. As the series’ characters discuss their futures in the main house’s living room at the end of the episode, the camera backs out a window to gradually show the house’s exterior amid fall trees and parked cars. Production studio Encore Hollywood created this final scene with the …

TurboSquid Visits CNN

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of visiting with one of our top customers: CNN. CNN isn’t just a single news channel. Its family includes the CNN Airport Network, CNN International, Headline News, CNN Espanol and five foreign news channels, just to name a few. I got the Grand Tour of the CNN Center in downtown Atlanta, GA with …

TurboSquid on “Bones”

The production crew for the popular TV drama Bones has once again used 3D models from TurboSquid as part of the crime-solvers’ repertoire. In the April 7 episode, The Feet on the Beach, a lawn mower by jknott and iw43d’s male anatomy model play an important role in graphically reenacting, and thus solving, the crime. U.S. viewers can watch The …

TurboSquid on Conan Show

On March 9, Team Coco used yet another TurboSquid 3D model on TBS’s Conan show, this time in a sketch starring Pee Wee Herman (actor Paul Reubens). This 3D model usage follows in the footsteps of Conan’s Creepy Taiwanese Videos series, which used a number of TurboSquid models. In the sketch, Pee Wee Herman water skis his way on to …

TurboSquid on ‘Bones’

A TurboSquid model was recently used as part of the graphics in the Fox TV show Bones, a drama where crimes are solved using computer graphics. In the March 10 episode The Killer in the Crosshairs, a 3D scope was used as part of a demonstration of how a “smart bullet” could hit a target hidden around a corner. You …