3-Dimensional: Getting Started as a 3-D ArtistDigital ArtMore Like This
3-D (three dimensions or three-dimensional) art refers to an object/figure in an environment, as well as the seemingly real appearance of a form that is drawn and/or painted to create a sense of real-life illusion within a 2-Dimensional (2-D) space.
There are three-phases in the creation process of 3-D artwork: tessellation , geometry , and rendering. First, models are created of individual objects using linked points that are made into a number of individual polygons. The second phase is when the polygons are transformed and lighting effects are applied. In the final phase, the transformed images are rendered into objects with very fine detail.
Getting started into 3-Dimensional art is the same as getting started with any medium; you have to start learning it. There are no shortcuts or tricks to becoming a 3-D artist. If
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 7-17-15More Like This
Today’s Headlines From The News DeskJuly 17, 2015
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