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The Future of 3D Industry with AI
13 November, 2018
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AI is definitely the next big thing, but what are the possibilities here when it comes to 3D art?

Let’s check out a recording of a talk by Andrew Price from Blender Conference 2018 (October 25) on the significance of this field in terms of our industry. Andrew separated the hyperbole from the data and predicted how AI and automation could disrupt our working future.

The thing here is that AI can help artists save tons of time. It’s not about replacing an artist, but rather about giving him/her more time to do great things. AI can help you build a base model, for example, and then you can polish it, add final touches. 

Make sure to watch the talk and discuss it in the comments below.

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maromero3d
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maromero3d

Brilliant talk!

hobo hero
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hobo hero

Andrew’s presentation was generated by AI. That explains it.

Freek Hoekstra
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Freek Hoekstra

don’t mistake the price you were paid, to be the same as the total cost.
there are iterations, there is import export, material creation, asset management, verification and time spent art directing, concept art/reference to be searched, the outsource managers payment etc.

The amount paid to an outsourcing company for an asset is not the entire cost of an asset.

Marcus
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Marcus
I work in art outsource. Respectfully, these numbers are…somewhat off. The traffic cones would be more than $550, Trash pile around $2250, buildings could vary wildly based on how they’re made (static or atlased) for static $3900 is okay. Never gotten paid $49k for a hero character, most was about $9k. The truck cost is pretty accurate, same with the car depending how how detailed the inside is. Never gotten anywhere near $22k for an NPC, probably closer to $4k.. yea, these numbers are inflated a bit. Though if it’s based on internal staff, I’d bump it up 15% just… Read more »
mike Peterson
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mike Peterson

Yeah, I was just thinking…two traffic cones a month and I can pretty much do nothing else. Anybody need traffic cones?

LJF
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LJF

$3.600 For Traffic Cones. Ok.

dmitry
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dmitry

strange numbers on the screen

sanek94cool
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sanek94cool

@admin I bet there’s typo “him/рук”. I guess you accidentally switched to Russian 😀

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