Lights, Camera, 3D Models?

Adele Tiblier Sightings, Site

As most of us know, what we see in the movies isn’t always what it appears to be. From snakes on a plane to dancing household decor, 3D models have made movie magic that much easier to create. While we know models available on TurboSquid have been used in all forms of entertainment, some of our customers are still a bit resistant to share the role that  models from our catalog have played in production. Read More

Springtime at TurboSquid

Michele Bousquet Sightings

3D Rose

Rose by ms_dessi

You know springtime is on its way when roses start appearing in all forms. This time it was as a printed 3D model at the SolidWorks World conference, where 3D printer provider Objet showcased a rose model by TurboSquid artist ms_dessi.

The final result, shown in Objet’s booth at the conference, was nothing short of stunning. The materials and process used to print the roses are detailed in a recent Objet blog post. Read More

3D Models Swim Out of the Box on YouTube

Adele Tiblier Sightings

As we’re always on the lookout for good uses of TurboSquid’s 3D models, we were thrilled at the most recent sighting. A blog post by Future Media Concepts of Orlando provides a detailed account of how 3D animator Jean Marco Ruesta not only brought four TurboSquid models to life, but also how he pushed them outside the YouTube player’s boundaries to swim onto visitors’ screens. Read More