Who says you got to be in the Hollywood to create awesome 3D effects and rendering masterpieces. Meet Turalom aka Pantural, a self taught 3D animation artist from Azerbaijan, a place not familiar to most of the people in the design community. He spends days or even weeks sometimes to get the right 3D rendering done. Once finished, the realism is exceptional and unprecedented. The details, the lighting and the shadows are so perfect, you would be awe-struck just by seeing the screenshots of his designs. Imagine what would happen if you saw one of his videos.
Iunewind is a 3D artist whose designs are nothing short of being exceptional. Imagination, when blended with 3D artwork brings in a new dimension of Realism. Iunewind is from Samara, Russia. His tools of trade are mainly 3DS Max and Photoshop. His works have become desktop wallpapers for many around the world. By the amount of detail present in each of his designs, i believe he spends around a couple of days or even more to get the stuff close to perfection. He has won numerous awards in the design community. You can take a look at them here
Photoshop CS4 Extended has been here for quite some time and we have obviously not noticed the 3D rendering tool it boasts,….. UNTIL NOW!
For some reason, the 3D applications of Photoshop aren’t often explored(this is because the “3D” part in Photoshop is intended to be used by movie and animation artists, but it’s amazing what you can do with them once you know how to dig in. Eren Goksel, (a premier graphic artist and a lecturer in Anadolu University) is going to show us how to exploit the 3D tool in Photoshop CS4.
This may be one of the best and the biggest ever tutorial I have ever come across on the web. It is simply brilliant. The attention given to details in the image are impeccable. When I first saw the image, i simply thought it was a work on art in 3DS max or the likes, but was quite frankly, staggered to notice that this was entirely done in Photoshop. This tutorial definitely is a must for everyone, regardless of whether you are a designer or not.
Creating a badge has never been easier, thanks to the layer style features in Photoshop. These are vector badges, which means we can scale them up to any size we want and still maintain the clarity. Let us learn how to create such badges in the simplest way available. Enough jabber, lets get to work!!
Transforming pixels into a 3D design seems quite unreal, don’t you think? Well, with Photoshop, you’d better think again. Stretching a single line of pixels is an easy way to create special digital effects in graphic design. By taking this technique a step further, we can create wonderful, vibrant 3D effects in Photoshop!