October 09 Newsletter

Paul Teall Site Leave a Comment

Our latest newsletter went out last night.  If you’re a subscriber, you should have it by end of day today.  If you’re not a subscriber and you’d like to be, log in to TurboSquid and click the “member info” link at the top of your dashboard.  You can manage your newsletter preferences from that screen.  If you are subscribed and …

Google Insights: Determining Brand Awareness

Matt Wisdom 3D Modeling, Site 1 Comment

People ask us all the time about our viewpoint on web traffic, how this process works, and what it means for industry trends. Well, customers come to TurboSquid from a variety of directions. Most just simply type www.turbosquid.com into their browsers to get right to our site’s own search. A lot find us because of our relationships with Autodesk and other …

Using 3D Model Planes in the Real World

Anthony Coleman Site 5 Comments

People often ask who’s buying 3D models from TurboSquid and why. The most common assumption is that they are for video games, movies, and television. The truth is a lot of 3D content on the site is actually bought by military agencies, the government, and hobbyists. One of the most popular categories purchased is 3D planes. 3D model planes are …

Meet TurboSquid’s Member Services Department

Nancy-Ellen Martin Site 1 Comment

Working to provide world class customer service to all our members, and to help our artists achieve maximum sales Hi, I’m Nancy-Ellen Martin and I love my job. I’m the Director of Member Services here at TurboSquid,  and I’m really excited to do our first Member Services Blog entry. Our team provides support to all our artists and clients on …

Twitter Giveaway

Paul Teall Site 1 Comment

If you’re not following us on Twitter, I thought I’d mention that we’re currently running a giveaway for a free Maya book.  Entering is easy – you just need to follow us and retweet the following message:  @TurboSquid3D Win a free Autodesk Maya 2010 Modeling Handbook – $69.99 value. Retweet & follow us for a chance to win! Drawing on …

Staying Current with TurboSquid (for 3ds Max users)

Beau Perschall Site 1 Comment

Hey all, Here’s a quick video to show you how you can quickly keep up with the TurboSquid blog while keeping busy within 3ds Max. Many of us, myself included, have a very limited amount of time to keep up on all of the news and changes in the 3D industry. For TurboSquid clients and vendors, this can be doubly …