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Job Description - 3D Artist

The third dimension has been enticing artists for decades, but it’s only in relatively recent years that some incredibly talented creatives have been able to truly utilise the flexibility, the depth, the power and the potential of 3D artistry....

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The long-standing passion of Peter Lourenco

Peter has been hit by COVID. He has been hit like many, being made redundant in this current climate and now forced to look for new opportunities. Luckily, his passion will never fade. Peter's love for graphic design was born when he explored the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Firing up the creative brains with Božo Kaurić

We'd pay our own weight in gold coins to have Božo Kaurić's brains. Working daily to juggle his busy life with a little baby and an endless love for design, this talented 3D artist and visualiser has little time to waste in the concept phase, and...

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The independent spirit of Paul Gawman

The beauty of the creative industry is that every professional you meet in the field will be happy to tell you they're making money by doing something they love. Freelance 3D artist Paul Gawman is no different. He's lucky enough to be successful as...

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Higher and higher with Grzegorz Magierowski

We have talked at length about ambition around these parts, but it's just one of those topics that never get old, come what may. Grzegorz Magierowski is a 3D artist born in Poland who discovered 3D when he was just 16. He is now working for some...

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Inspiration

Learning to take constructive feedback with Sinelab

Every work of art is like a child to its author. If you're creating a game, writing a book or spending time on an illustration, it is natural to feel attached to it. But how are you going to learn if you don't stay detached from your works? Digital...

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Workshop

5-step guide to creating a realistic 3D display model

We, humans, are visual creatures and tend to be attracted to "nice things". That is a well known fact and can be noticed in almost every part of our lives, no matter if it is cars, furniture or even a nice bottle of wine. We react to nice design and...

Posted by: Božo Kaurić
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Member Spotlight: The Indisputable Rules of Art with Laszlo Ary

Laszlo Ary believes that rules are there for a reason, and all of his art exists to show as much. Careful composition, attention to the principles of art and crazy regard for details are all features of Laszlo's work, who moved from a simple passion...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Agency Spotlight: Standing apart with PB Creative

A creatively-led independent brand design agency that has had their work featured on Creativepool three times already this year so we thought it was about time we gave them the spotlight treatment. We sat down with PB Creative founder Ben Lambert...

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Leaders

Why data’s time will never run out in the hourglass economy

In almost all areas of the economy the middle ground is on the decline. In grocery, powerhouses Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Asda have been assailed by discounters Aldi and Lidl. In fashion, social media is rendering luxury labels more...

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Inspiration

Member Spotlight: 3D artist Fedde Souverein switches up the world

Whether it’s a puzzling political statement (Statue of Confusion, pictured), views that bring the world into people’s backyards or a dragon made of milk, Amsterdam-based 3D artist Fedde Souverein's work is sure to capture your...

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Workshop

An insider's guide to the 3D animation pipeline

The process of creating a 3D animation is much more complex than most people think. The number of steps to produce a 3D animated video can vary a great deal, depending on the animation studio involved and the scale of the project itself. But...

Posted by: Dream Farm Studios
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Inspiration

Spotlight: 3D artist Elena V Miller's concepts know no bounds

Since winning a People's Choice award in the Creativepool Annual in 2017 for her Ballerina Loft - which imagines where a ballerina might live - Romanian 3D artist and visualiser Elena V Miller's work has received several Spotlight's on the...

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Leaders

Creative Opinion: Brands can no longer afford to ignore diversity

Pam Grossman, Director of Visual Trends at Getty Images, explains how, whilst they have made significant progress, brands still have their work cut out for them if they want to champion true diversity. Pam Grossman​ Technological advances have...

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Inspiration

Trailblazers: A type of art at Optimo Type Foundry

Optimo was initiated in 1998 as a bachelor project by Gilles Gavillet, Stéphane Delgado and David Rust. It was a way for them to release their own fonts, and Optimo became part of the first wave of digital foundries to emerge in the 1990s as a...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Top Tech Trends of 2017 from the Industry

AI, VR, AR. 2016 was very much the year of the double letter acronym, and, if our panel of industry experts is to be believed, then 2017 looks set to take the developments of 2016 and push them into overdrive. We asked a number of industry experts...

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Leaders

Sony announce the Playstation 4 Pro and November 2016 release date

When news of the upgraded Xbox One (the rather grandly-named Project Scorpio) dropped at E3 this year, there was one question on the lips of every Sony fan; where the bobbins is the Playstation Neo? The Neo was the codename given to the potential...

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CHI&Partners, MPC and TalkTalk allow fans to invade The X Factor from home

Every year, one of the most exciting aspects of a new season of The X Factor (besides those hilarious opening rounds of course) is seeing what TalkTalk and their partners will have come up with for their annual interactive idents. This year, for the...

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Leaders

Top 5 Ads of the Week

CP+B - Fruit of the Loom In an effort to showcase Fruit of the Loom’s new Micro-Mesh Breathable Boxer Briefs, Crispin Porter + Bogusky Boulder has brought “Josh and Donny’s Supercool Superstore for Men” to lurid life. The...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

MEC Manchester's Wavemaker start-up hub claims two more winners

MEC Manchester announced this week that Never No and Flow XO have won the opportunity to work within its new MEC Wavemaker start-up hub, following a competition held at the search, analytics and social conference SASCON last week. The two start-ups...

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Leaders

McCann Madrid are changing the game for skaters

Skateboarding is a sport that's hardly evolved in its 50-year history, until now. McCann Madrid has helped develop a unique new skating accessory that could change the game for even the most experienced skaters. Syrmo is a deceptively simple device...

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Leaders

The Revamp of Classical Animation: is 2D really the cool factor?

The Coke Ad looks cool, uh? The new Coke campaign, featuring a lively dog and its not-so-lively owner is a celebration of the most Disneyesque style of animation (with an hint of the golden-age of Dreamworks too) by the amazing guys at Psyop. In...

Posted by: Nucco Brain Studio
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Inspiration

Branding Bud: Bringing Cannabis to Market

With the US seeing states legalising weed (Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Colorado) there’s something of a scrabble to rebrand cannabis to a mass audience. Should health benefits be the calling card, targeting yoga bunnies looking for that extra...

Posted by: Jade French
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Leaders

Holocaust survivors memories immortalised in stunning new exhibition

Even seventy years later, the Holocaust is still a sensitive subject for many people, especially those that lived through it. That doesn't mean however, that it doesn't deserve to be remembered. As the old saying goes (though I might very well be...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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