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bad management, its your job for stuff like that not to happen, dont put that extra weight on artist because management didn't do your job

by Robert Gardner
1 hours ago

It really is the best game of 2018, Thank you.

"We're saddened if any former members of any studio did not find their time here enjoyable or creatively fulfilling and wish them well with finding an environment more suitable to their temperaments and needs…" Or : We're saddened if any former members of our studio are not happy to have been exploited to enrich us. Awesome !!!! Ok, guys… you have lost one customer !

How to Win a Mill Challenge?
22 September, 2017

Check out an interview with this year’s Mill winning artists that shared some details on the creative process behind their amazing works. The competition didn’t have a theme this time, so this was all about pure creativity. 

Sasha Vinogradova

After some concepting, I decided to make a portrait of a girl with birds dashing from her head; a representation of ideas trying to escape from a person`s mind. I knew I was going for a stylized, sculptural look. To add more interest to the visuals, I picked a translucent material with a light, shining inside.

Sasha Vinogradova

Helen Hsu gave a closer look at his production magic:

Helen Hsu | Chinese Headpiece

I ZBrushed most of my elements and made a rough composition there. I then exported things out to Cinema 4D where I finalized my composition and added extra small details. The final look was rendered with Arnold with some small touch up in Photoshop.

Helen Hsu | Chinese Headpiece

Helen Hsu 

Make sure to read the full article here

Source: The Mill

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