philbourassa (Phil Bourassa) on deviantART splayer Uses 3D-Printing to Create Realistic Varia Suit from Metroid Prime 3 Video Game A game developer in the US has made an incredibly realistic video game costume that is 60% made from 3D-printed parts using a 3D Systems' ZPrinter 450. Chelsea Mills, a 3D environment artist who worked on the hugely popular Guild Wars 2 multiplayer online role-playing video game (MMORPG), has spent over two years working on a life-sized version of the Varia Suit, a full-body armoured suit worn by the character Samus Aran in the sci-fi Metroid Prime 3: Corruption video game. Chelsea Mills as Samus Aran in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption(Chelsea Mills) "The helmet, chest, shoulders, arm cannon, and forearm were all 3D-printed by my friend Matthew Serle on his 3D printer," Mills tells IBTimes UK. "The shoulders ended up being too heavy so I later moulded them and then cast them in resin. The rest of the costume is a combination of craft foam and Worbla, which is a thermoplastic." 3D model of Samus Aran's armour in Maya(Chelsea Mills) "The advantages of 3D printing are astounding.
Guardians of the Galaxy Concept Art by Maciej Kuciara Concept Artist Maciej Kuciara has released some of the concept art he created for Guardians of the Galaxy while working with VFX studio, MPC. Maciej collaborated with artists David Hobbins, Goran Bukvic and Jama Jurabaev to create some of the weapon designs shown here. To see more concept art from the movie be sure to order your copy of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Art of the Movie Slipcase. Link: www.kuciara.com All images © Marvel. Visual Effects and Live Action Converge With Nobumichi Asai’s Facial Projection Mapping We all know that visual effects are the stuff of films, enabling harry potter’s transfiguration spells and animating Iron Man’s full-body suit. We’ve come to accept these effects because we separate them from film and live action. But these boundaries are slowly fading. Watch as the model’s face shifts, distorts and is animated in front of your eyes simply by projecting a video onto her face. Asai is staging a live demonstration of his technology in Tokyo on August 28, 2014. Pin It!
// 3DTotal.com - CG artists homepage with fresh CG industry news // Martin Carlsson Portfolio Best resource for idiot to learn Unity? And I mean idiot in the truest sense of the word ;-) I have colaborated with game people providing models and animation loops, I have made simple multimedia programs a few years ago...scripted modular riggers in Lightwave etc. Also used Unity for a few boring arch walkthroughs. So, I have knowledge of many areas, but am really not a master in any except modeling. So, what would be the best course or tutorial to get the knowledge to build, for example, a full functional 3rd person shooter level in Unity? I´m not talking about the net related side like implementing multiplayer and interfaces and point systems and all that. I´m aware that this already would involve some custom programming. There simply are too many learning resources for all kind of things for Unity to really know which one to get, so I´d be grateful for some pointers in the right direction.
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