The 360° Stool by Konstantin Grcic takes modern seating to a new level. With a steel tube frame painted in epoxy resin, foot rest in die-cast aluminum and seat in integral self-bearing polyurethane, this ultra-modern stool is not simply functional, it is also pleasing to the eye. It swivels on a star base and it has adjustable height with gas piston. Available in Arancio (orange) or Black.
Modeling and texturing electronics is something that most CG artists have to do at some point, because they appear in cinema, videogames and promotional artworks. Whether it’s a spaceship HUD or an old phonograph, nearly all electronics have elements in common, such as buttons, knobs, speakers, screens, LEDs and more. These elements can make or break the realism of a 3D model, but they are very easy to create with some proper tools and instruction.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to model and texture a Pioneer CDJ in Cinema4D, with realistic CD bay, buttons, screen and lights. You’ll see how to use primitives to do the majority of the modeling, as well as using boolean and NURBs to achieve some more complex geometry.
Introduced in 1952,
Innovative materials and design highlight this bright modern chair from designer Marco Maran. The
Claritas is the first lamp ever designed by Vico Magistretti and Mario Tedeschi, it was presented at the 1947 VIII Triennale in Milan. Claritas was designed in response to a contest to develop a new post-war concept of “Domestic Living”. The elementary technology used to manufacture the lamp was intentional as it helped convert war-industry to domestic use.
When you look better, everything looks better. Meltin’Pot.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a similar effect we see in the Introduction clip of Harry Potter Series. We will learn how to effectively use the Layer Effects (Bevel) and apply a pattern overlay to get the desired stony feel. We will do add some cloud elements; play with the background layer and the cloud filter to bring forth a stormy environment. Finally we will use the photo filter adjustment layer to add a finishing touch to the image.
Tasha Tilberg in Paris by Kacper Kasprzyk for Elle US August 2010. Styling by Samira Nasr.
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