Those animations look amazing!! Great job!
Very cool review of the making of Spellbreak. Would be even more cool to see some videos inside UE4 showing how they do a few very specific things unique to them.
This was so helpful for me. I'm hoping to adapt your tutorial to pull off something similar comparing modern satellite imagery with historical maps. No topo, so my steps should be simpler, but I'm a novice with Blender and you've really helped. Thanks!
Online 3D models marketplace CGTrader is running the CGTrader Awards: a worldwide art contest with the prize pool of over $50,000 in value. Since the CGTrader Awards: Best 3D art around the web is nearing to an end, CGTrader chose the best artworks from about 2500 submissions in total – the absolute leaders for each category. CGTrader invites you on a journey to the animation world. Discover the new unseen or newly reimagined characters that look like they stepped out straight from an animated movie. CGTrader has chosen the highlights of the Cartoon category, take a look:
Chanchurguesa by Greivin Fernández – a scene from a short film, illustrating the modern habits.
Superman by Armando Lira López gives a new look to the old character
Bob by Romain Chassefiere, inspired by the artwork of Vladimir Semenec
The Red Archer by Seo Ryong Jaw looks like someone from a story about a female warrior
Cartoon winter study by Darko Mitev, inspired by the winter season
Sick sad world! by Pierrick Grillet… the artwork speaks for itself
Trip To The Mountains by Mark Rudolph looks like something we would like to see in the real world, too
A valiant, good-hearted and with impeccable honor samurai Hiroki by Thiago Batista
Sports girl by Josu Martin immediately motivates to do sports
Wolfhill by Anush Arakelyan – a scene from a magical landscape you wish was real
Shortly about the CGTrader Awards
Users can choose from six different categories to submit their artworks: Character, Cartoon, Environment/Scene, Sci-fi, Fantasy and Photorealism. Up to five different renders can be submitted to one category.
The prize pool is rather impressive – there are licenses of Cinema 4D, Modo, 3D-Coat and KeyShot, plugins and other tools, online rendering credits and even a 3D printing pen – in every category the prizes are above $4,000.