Winter is coming. And when it finally does these two characters might just be helpfull to be put into your scene.
Some basic ideas that help to get started when doing 3d-environments
Wander across vast snowscapes and discover the hidden chambers of our 007-winter chalet?
we wrote an article on our workflow using the unreal engine – have a read ;)
Want to get some firsthand experience of 3d-scanning. Here’s what we did!
3d model collection: This set of office props should do fine to fill some empty desk spaces.
Need to put some life into your office-scene? These folks are at work
We just can’t stop doing them! This set should help you to have some peoples for views from high above!
How about this set of design-lampshades?
we have no idea about telescopes … but they look good! Get one in 3d.
Here is a set of two hand modeled parquets.
Want to enliven your coffee scene?…basically anything where a lot of people would be sitting? Then this pack might come in handy!
Here we share some usage hints and possible workflows for Vray Pattern.
Vray Pattern Asset:
Want to get started quick? Here is some grass patch nicely arranged in this sample scene.
Introduction to VrayPattern. We know, it’s hard to grasp, but once you got the concept, you sure don’t want to miss it!
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In true Xmas-spirit we share this set of fine toy classics for free download and commercial use.
People from below for higher levels like balconies, roof terraces and stuff.
Here comes a fully textured model shaded in Vray for each season you wish for!
Never go wrong with this set of 3 classics.
Contemporary and stylishmodel set of 4.
You need some funky office desk? Download, Merge, F9.
The third and final collection from our summer shooting last year.
This artist knows how to blow thing up. Meet Anselm von Serherr-Thoss, a true artist of destruction.
Let’s learn from the pro! Here are some particle-tutorials Anselm kindly shares with us.