Friday, July 3rd, 2020
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Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads!” Fasten your seatbelts, as Paul Birman, our July 2020 3D Artist of the Month, is about to take you for a wild ride. Combining three of his greatest passions – CGI, cars and Sci-Fi – Paul has created a series of iconic cars equipped with futuristic engines. Steadfast in his drive to advance his career, he challenged himself to produce a render every day, and didn’t hit the brakes until he hit 300 of these ‘everydays’.
Shift into gear as we discuss childhood influences, driving in the Latvian countryside and how to create an image in a day.
Monday, June 22nd, 2020
Ever hear the word 'render farm' and wondered what it is? This article will explain in detail, what a render farm is and how it works.
Quickly explained: a render farm is a data center which is specialized in the calculation of computer generated images. Continue reading for an in-depth explanation.
Monday, June 15th, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
This month’s ArtWanted! feature once again leads us to the wonderland that is animation. When Bram Van Rompaey and Reinout Swinnen first founded their own company in 2006, they had no idea how deep the rabbit hole would go. Today, Rabbit Hole Antwerp is an established studio, providing 2D and 3D animation, motion graphics, illustrations, and most recently, AR experiences for a wide variety of clients. The co-founders’ shared vision is firmly rooted in a deep love for animation, with their work just oozing personality from every frame. The two of them complement each other well, not only in their creative endeavors, but in our interview as well!
Keep on reading to find out more about the power of perseverance, a distaste for perfection and keeping it simple.
Monday, June 1st, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
Here at RebusFarm, size does not matter. We support 3D artists big and small, the established veteran as well as the up and coming talent. The common link between our featured 3D Artist of the Month is an immeasurable amount of skill and passion for their craft. Constantin Vilsmeier, this month’s winner, is no exception. Artistically inclined from an early age, the pursuit of his dream took him halfway across the globe. His recent graduation from the prestigious Gnomon School of VFX only marks the beginning of a promising career.
The fact then, that the heroic rodent he submitted to our campaign beautifully illustrates our initial point, is just the icing on the cake!
In our interview, Constantin talks about his past and future, how CGI shapes his worldview and shares valuable insights on 3D modeling.
Friday, May 15th, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
This month’s ArtWanted! feature sees the return of a familiar face! Those in the know might immediately recognize Alexandr Melentiev's signature style upon looking at the incredibly detailed floating cityscape pictured above. His holistic approach to worldbuilding is a prime example of visual story-telling: his dense designs are reflections of elaborate and meticulously developed narratives, with even the most seemingly random elements serving a clear and previously defined purpose. The Russian 3D generalist has kept busy these last two years, perfecting his craft, one world at a time.
Check out our interview to find out, how deep the rabbit hole goes and learn more about Alexandr’s glorious return to CGI after a prolonged hiatus.
Friday, May 8th, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
First impressions are everything. If you plan on revolutionizing global transportation, you want to make sure the reveal is not lacking visual impact. When pioneering tech company Uber first announced its ‘Elevate’ service, they spared neither trouble nor expense. With the help of Bipolar Studio’s team of prolific 3D artists, they created a stunning campaign, including a fully-fledged digitalized version of San Francisco.
Continue reading for a look behind the scenes of the high-soaring launch campaign accompanying last year’s launch of Uber Elevate.
Wednesday, May 6th, 2020
As already announced in January (click here to learn more) RebusFarm partnered with the State Russian Museum to bring you the very first 3D art exhibition held in the Marble Palace of the museum: "Art of 3D Graphics". This event will change the world of 3D art and the best thing is, that you can be part of it!
The submission phase of the contest was supposed to end on April 30th. Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the contest was extended until May 31st, 2020.
Friday, May 1st, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
Have you ever had somebody tell you to “release the kraken”? All innuendo aside, in these trying times we are in dire need of hope and uplifting words, which is why we are particularly grateful to Santiago Vilaseca, our May 2020 3D Artist of the Month. The co-founder of KRAKEN, a Paris-based archviz and graphic art studio, has a strong artistic drive, resulting in a surprisingly diverse portfolio.
Eager to share his creative vision, Santiago talks about the importance of personal projects, balancing the surreal and the real, and the crisis as a chance.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
In these difficult times, flexible solutions are necessary.
Home office has become one of these solutions at the moment. However, not everyone has the same type of equipment at home as at work, so that rendering can be really time-consuming this way or not even possible at all.
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