Roman Pritulyak, known on TurboSquid as NRG_3D, creates sleek and shiny interiors that would be right at home in any sci-fi movie. This month, our new featured model is Roman’s sci-fi weapon and hangar. We had a chance to chat with him about his experience in 3D and how he manages to channel his concentration when it’s time to create something new.
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With NASA holding its first-ever Google Hangout in space last week, we’re honoring space buffs everywhere with a new homepage image from artist GrafxBox based on his SciFi Fighter model. Although this artist has a wide variety of models, his flair for sci-fi is what brought his work to our attention. Find out where GrafxBox gets his inspiration in our interview below.
When did you start 3D modeling?
It was probably about 20 years ago when I started learning 3D with Autodesk 3D Studio. It was prehistoric 3D software compared to now! What brought me to 3D was books I saw in the early 1990’s about images created with software that only large companies could afford. Back then there were not a lot of tutorials on the Internet, so I bought some books for my own education and started doing some stuff. I made a cover for a Spanish magazine in 1992. (more…)