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It’s our new look for the 3D Art Direct magazine.
With a cleaner, fresher look and a tighter consistency in the design throughout, we still wish to maintain the focus on what we do best. It’s all about sharing the stories of creativity through our in-depth interviews with some amazing artists and content creators, straight from the genres of science fiction and fantasy art.
As you read these narratives, we very much hope that you gain inspiration from the passion and hard won battles that you’ll learn from these interviews, and most of all we hope that muse leads to action in creating your own amazing artwork.
In this issue:-
J. F. LIESENBORGHS
3d Art Direct interviews the Belgian sci-fi cityscape and landscape artist about his visions.
3DS MAX | VUE | PS
3d Art Direct talks with a Mandelbulb master from London, and delves into the depths of fractal art.
MANDELBULB 3D | PS
3d Art Direct shows Vue users how to easily use free real-world landscapes in their art.
VUE | GRASS | 3DEM
BACK ISSUES INDEX
A complete artist index to previous issues of the 3d Art Direct magazine.
EACH ISSUE 3D Art Direct will boldly seek out new 3d model freebies in the sci-fi and fantasy genres, then test them to make sure they work.
CALL FOR WORK:
For our October/Halloween issue we hope to deliver an H.P. Lovecraft inspired special issue. We are now looking for 3d artists who have pictures to show that directly illustrate Lovecraft’s stories, creatures or places. Or who more broadly adopt some of the themes Lovecraft brought to fantasy and horror. Such as: subtly creepy supernatural weirdness happening in normal places; richly atmospheric gothic landscapes; cool monsters that go way beyond the old clichés of vampires/werewolves/ghosts; unspeakable knowledge in ancient books; secret conspiracies; impossible architecture; tentacular invasions from the sea; rational scholars and scientists discovering the utterly unknown; and sublime visions of cosmic ‘outsideness’.
No occult / blood / nudity please.
Deadline: 10th Sept.
Interested? Please send just your gallery Web address via our contact page.