Friday, April 16th, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Life takes unexpected turns, and sometimes, what initially appears to be a setback turns out to be a blessing in disguise. When Brazilian archviz artist Lucas Baylongue was temporarily out of work during the pandemic, he used the opportunity to rebuild his entire portfolio from scratch, returning to years-old projects in the process. Encouraged by the feedback of his peers and his own sense of improvement, he now stands determined to kickstart his long-lasting dream of establishing his own studio.
In our interview, Lucas discusses his love for details, plans for the future and the difference between exterior and interior scenes.
Thursday, April 1st, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Don’t let the publication date fool you: Jack Malone, our April 2021 3D Artist of the Month, is the real deal! Hailing from Brazil, the senior character artist is fully committed to his craft, evident by his excellent work for the films and gaming industries. Extremely stylish and creative, yet realistic in appearance, his personal projects further underline his holistic approach to character design. Jack’s latest piece, the proud jungle warrior ‘OLAKUNDE’, is no exception!
Check out our interview to learn more about Jack’s professional background and the story behind his much acclaimed most recent work.
Monday, March 15th, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Staring at the wall is usually indicative of a creative drought. For Davide Tezza, it’s a never-ending source of inspiration. Where others might stare mindlessly into the void, the Italian architect and 3D artist sees only potentiality. His minimalist designs are the result of a deep understanding of form and composition and deliberate self-restraint, generating meaning out of thin air.
In our interview, Davide talks about the challenges of running a one-man-studio, designing emptiness, and how to avoid the perfectionist trap.
Monday, March 1st, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Architecture is a reflection of how we think of ourselves and our place in the world. The work of Alfa Smyrna, our March 2021 3D Artist of the Month, is inseparably linked to her life experience. Having spent time in Sweden, where she worked on the iconic IKEA catalog, Alfa developed a great appreciation not only for the Scandinavian aesthetic, but the lifestyle as well. Her personal philosophy naturally extends to her designs, which capture the simple and timeless elegance of minimalist iconography.
In our interview, Alfa talks about creating her own models, honest materials and the beauty of imperfection.
Monday, February 22nd, 2021
The past year was a very rough and difficult one. We all had to face completely new circumstances and find a way to cope with them. We at RebusFarm know that everything is connected and therefore one thing affects the other and a lot of us were affected quite hard.
Especially in difficult times like these, we have to stay together to be able to rise again. We thought about what we could do to help and came up with:
PROJECT PHOENIX: A MAXIMUM GPU PRICE CUT OF 75%
Friday, February 12th, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
At one point in the critically acclaimed TV series ‘Westworld’, a character refers to humanity as a “thin layer of bacteria”. When taking a closer look at Brian Lai’s lifelike digital portrait of the show’s star, Anthony Hopkins, one might agree to this rather unflattering description: to teach his students the basics of sculpting anatomy, the Malaysian 3D artist and lecturer meticulously handcrafted every single skin pore of his subject. The result, however is much more than the sum of its (microscopic) parts, and stands as an impressive example of Brian’s talent, diligence and keen eye.
In our interview, Brian talks about his background in photography, choosing to remain a hobbyist and the unique joy to be found in human skin.
Monday, February 1st, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Oh what a day. What a lovely day…to unveil our February 2021 3D Artist of the Month! Taking the stage is Alexey Ryabov, a self-taught Belarusian CG artist equally adapt at designing luxurious restaurant interiors and military machinery. His faithful recreation of the iconic ‘Doof Wagon’ from the influential 2015 blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is testament to his spectacular modeling skill and diligent research, and just has to be witnessed.
Continue reading to learn more about Alexey’s professional background and artistic approach in our interview!
Wednesday, January 27th, 2021
Last year we had the pleasure to work together with renowned graphics tablet producer XP-Pen to offer three of our 3D Artist of the Month contest winners an additional special prize.