TurboSquid Closes Deal With Autodesk Seek

Matt Wisdom Company

TurboSquid closed a major deal with Autodesk Seek® a few weeks ago that we can finally announce. We’re excited about this for several reasons. Firstly, it shows the continued trust that Autodesk places in TurboSquid and our leadership in building this industry.

Secondly, it places TurboSquid in the best position to reach the massive number of CAD users coming into the graphics markets and further augments our existing relationships within their Media & Entertaiment group. Read More

Featured Artist – ES3DStudios

Audrey Meyn Featured Artists

CityScape by ES3DStudios

CityScape by ES3DStudios

This week, we’re shining the featured artist spotlight on long-time seller ES3DStudios. He has over 900 3D models for sale on TurboSquid, the majority of which are architecture, character, vehicle, and weapon models.

ES3DStudios is an exclusive TurboSquid seller. He has been creating 3D content since 1991, and began selling models with us in 2002. ES3DStudios regularly uses Maya, although he has used all of the major 3D applications at some point in his career. Read More

Google Insights: Determining Brand Awareness

Matt Wisdom 3D Modeling, Site

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 3D application companies with the Tentacles plug-in for TurboSquid. Read More

Using 3D Model Planes in the Real World

Anthony Coleman Site

Plane 3D Model by BlueGreen

3D Plane by Exclusive Artist BlueGreen

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. Read More

Selling 3D Models: TurboSquid Publishing Best Practices – Naming Models

Beau Perschall 3D Modeling

This time out, we’re going to look at another crucial aspect of publishing that may seem obvious to some of you: the naming of the parts of your 3D model logically. Now, I’m not trying to force any of you to adopt some sort of draconian method or system to name your models, but our Member Services team has dealt with their fair share of clients who need help in trying to decipher a complex 3D model and figure out how it works simply because everything within it is named “Box209”, “Box210”, “pSphere75”, “CV_Curve26”, etc. Read More