Meet Logan Dixon, General Support & Corporate Accounts Agent

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Logan Dixon contemplates his next masterwork

It takes a certain type of person to understand the needs of both our 3D artists and our customers who work in the arts industry.  Support Agent, Logan Dixon, fits that bill with a trained artist’s eye and a naturally helpful disposition.   This week, we’re delighted to present our interview with Logan, who tells us about his strangest support moment, as well as his encounter with a stranger from the spirit world.


Ok, Logan, spill it!  What’s the strangest support call you’ve ever received?

I once got a call from a guy who purchased a model of a big Viagra bottle, who was asking me about where to put his shipping information and if it was really discreet shipping. I ended up having to tell him we don’t sell real physical Viagra that he can use, and I refunded him.


What do you like most about working at TS?

My favorite thing about working at TurboSquid would have to be the excitement of being a part of something profound…  and I mean that in more ways than one.

For instance, I get to communicate with and help art departments from major companies and organizations, assisting them with their orders for upcoming projects.  That’s a very rewarding experience, even if I play a small part.

To be honest, I think I just really enjoy helping people.  I suppose that’s why I am a Support Agent.


Our Support Agents are known to be quite busy.  What do you do when you’re not at Squid HQ?

I am a traditional 2D artist, and you can often find me in my studio working away at my latest painting or drawing. Perhaps some day I will step into the realm of 3D but for now I will stick to my brushes.

Feel free to check out my website (that is in need of an update):

becoming medusa-detail

I think one of my more rewarding pieces was “Becoming of Medusa” which features my sister as the model for Medusa. It’s a fairly large drawing that took me at least a month to complete. I find re-visiting classic stories and changing them to fit the message you would like to convey


Word around the cereal bar is that you have quite a fascination with the supernatural. Any close encounters with the paranormal?

Yes, in fact, during my summer abroad in Sorrento, Italy, I had a ghostly visitation nearly every other night.  I am completely serious when I tell you that a ghost crawled into bed with me and would stroke my arm and speak into my ear.  Then, some mornings, others on the trip experienced cold hands grabbing their feet.  My last day there, I woke up one night and saw the spirit move to my roommate’s bed.  After a couple of minutes he jumped out of his sound sleep, swinging, saying, “Get off of me!” and he stormed out the hotel and spent the rest of the night out on the terrace.

Aphrodite Kallipygos by clay master


Do you have a favorite 3D work from the TurboSquid catalog?

I originally saw this statue in Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli in Naples, Italy, during a summer abroad, studying painting. This model by Clay Master brought back that memory I had of realizing the whimsical nature of this statue.