3d modelling inspiration

As I was browsing Instagram a while back, I thought I would search for 3d modellers which is something I would not really consider Instagram for. As I mainly use it for photography. However, I came across a page called BlueZoo who specialise in making CG character animation. After looking through there page I came across a 3d model which captivated me with one of there models. The link was below the image which is how I found his profile which is called panda744( Andrew Scott). Here there are many more similarly styled models which I very much like the style of.

This was the first image I saw and I loved the detailed of the house, and how it was put onto a roundtable which enhances the look. I have never rendered or particular considered rendering a model on a roundtable design, but It looks great as a portfolio piece.

Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 16.42.07.pngHere you can see how the lighting can effect the same model which can drastically change the look of the scene, something I have not fully achieved with my renders to this extent. Definitely an area I need to improve on, which I have started looking at with my recent models.Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 16.47.36.pngHere is a rather quirky model of a car turning around a corner, with a sense of speed and urgency. I could certainly see this being in an animated cartoon/film.Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 16.50.03.pngThis is one of my favourites of his, which encompasses so much detail into what looks like a small scene. There is a lot to appreciate in this scene from the pattern on the floor, to the small intricate details on the robot.Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 16.53.00.pngI certainly want to try this type of style out, with a smallish scene that is put onto a pedestal of sorts as I feel  like it could greatly enhance my portfolio. Such as the scene above, by choosing to model a smallish area you do not spread yourself to thin, and you can capture a large amount of detail in a relatively small space, whilst enhancing the look with a turntable/pedestal.

You can find Andrew Scott’s Art Station profile here – https://www.artstation.com/artist/panda744

 

 

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