A New Resource For 3D Models And Tutorials!

“Move one place on” a sculpture presentation for a Houston Park.

My frequent readers of my website/blog know that I am both a traditional and a digital artist. I use digital process as part of my traditional sculpture and in presentations such as the tiger, or my pitch for a new park piece titled “Move one place on.” I work in Mudbox and as my previous post states, have written a book about Mudbox. I also work in ZBrush well. I’m a proponent for 3D and using it as a tool and am the vice chair at 3DCAMP HOUSTON 2012. I’m also working on another book about artists who are using 3D—their resources, process and products that are created in physical form.

Final presentation for the sculpture to be created in bronze
3d Models and tutorials. I have to spend some time here.

When working on my projects I’m always searching for 3d models. You see how much I talk about Daz3d on this blog as well as Poser. Here, once again is the video I created stating some of my process. Anyway, I wanted to share with my readers a new resource 3DExport apparently has both models, but more exciting for me, is their tutorials. I LOVE TUTORIALS!  If I could do nothing but create tutorials I would be a happy camper. I’m kind of obsessed with passing on information. So, be sure to check out 3DExport

Sculptor and writer
Bridgette Mongeon

Bridgette Mongeon is a sculptor, writer, illustrator and educator as well as a public speaker.

Her blog can be found at https://creativesculpture.com.

She is the vice Chair of the planning committee for 3DCAMP Houston 2012 http://www.3dcamphouston.com

She is also the owner and creator of the God’s Word Collectible Sculpture series

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