3-D Art

 

 

3-D art is created via the process of designing complex images from geometric shapes, to create realistic 3 dimensional shapes or objects. This kind of digital art works for various media such as film, television, print, rapid prototyping and the special visual effects. There are many software programs for doing this 3D art.

You can find some tutorials for the most popular 3d art packages. Currently available tutorials for 3D art are:

  • 3D Studio MAX
  • Blender
  • Light wave 3D
  • Maya and
  • Z Brush.

The 3D art tutorials introduce the students to computing as applicable to the Digital Media Industry. Here you can develop a practical understanding of the underlying principles of 3D art industry including elements of


  • design,
  • typography,
  • digital audio and video,
  • animation,
  • authoring and
  • preparing project proposals.

You can learn the various methods of acquiring, collating and evaluating 3D art contents. 3D art tutorials equip you with the ability to communicate effectively in a professional manner.

The 3D art unit gives a solid grounding in the essential core skills required to create and produce three dimensional computer works, including

  • Modeling in 3D,
  • Texturing,
  • Lighting,
  • Particles & Dynamics and
  • Rendering techniques.

There are so many career opportunities in 3D art, like:

  • Storyboard and Concept Artist
  • Character Designer
  • Layout and Background Artist
  • Animator
  • Art Director
  • Director
  • Instructor

Few names of famous 3D artists are given below:

  • Raphael Lacoste
  • François Rimasson
  • Eni Oken
  • Giovanni F. Nakpil
  • Graham McKenna
  • Victoria Brace
  • Frank Vitale
  • Jeong-hwa Lee
  • Thomas Colding-Jorgensen
  • David Michalczyk
  • Steven Hagg Stahlberg
  • Steve Burke
  • Jeremy A. Engleman
  • Neil Blevins
  • Tobias Richter
  • David Payne

To find more information on 3D art visit our site India Crafts.


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