MAXON is the team behind Cinema 4D, one of the 3D industry’s most trusted tools for modeling and motion graphics design. Today, they announced that they’ve released an entirely new way to design and work with 3D content: Cineware for Illustrator. Their powerful new plugin allows designers to import any C4D project and tweak the camera, lights, textures and objects themselves directly within Adobe Illustrator CC. Read More
It’s that time of year again. TurboSquid is packing up and heading to Half Rez 2017. We’ll be there to learn and hang out with some great designers in Chicago on Wednesday, September 13th.
What is Half Rez?
Half Rez is an event hosted by the incredible folks at Greyscalegorilla. It’s a jam packed night of presentations, drinks, and hanging out with 3D enthusiasts and 2D designers.
In case you missed it, we recently awarded the very first TurboSquid scholarship to USC Animation student Alex Garza. After letting Alex know that he was our winner, we asked him to share some more information about what motivates and inspires him as an artist. You can read the interview below.
This interview has been edited for clarity.
What areas of animation are you focused on at USC? Read More
We received hundreds of submissions for our first ever TurboSquid scholarship, and it was tough to decide on a winner. We are very happy to announce today that the TurboSquid 2017 Spring Scholarship award winner is Alex Garza!
Alex is currently attending the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where he is majoring in animation and digital arts. Alex’s studies in animation allowed him to really get specific about our topic of “The Importance of Diversity in the 3D Industry.”
- Alex was also able to include highly personal examples and stories in his essay, which really resonated with our internal judges.
New Orleans, Louisiana, August 3, 2017 — TurboSquid, the world’s largest 3D marketplace, announced today the inaugural members of the StemCell Industry Council.
Formally released at the Game Developers’ Conference earlier this year, TurboSquid’s StemCell initiative is designed to provide a path for traditional 3D artists to create multiple products from a single 3D asset. StemCell allows 3D artists to upload a model created in one format to TurboSquid’s servers, where direct conversions are automatically generated and rendered in all other supported application formats. Read More
Check out this abstract visualization of the HoloLens spacial mapping data of the TurboSquid offices: https://goo.gl/1OJhfz