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Welcome to 3-D-ART the group for 3D artists!
This group is basically a giant magazine for artists who create art using 3D programs, such as Blender, Bryce, DAZ Studio, Vue, Max, Maya, C4D, Poser etc.

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3-D-Art is a great place to find out what other people in the 3-D world are doing.

It was also the first group dedicated to artists who create Anaglyphs and Stereoscopic art! In all mediums, traditional, digital, and photographic.

Art Criteria: The Art submitted to the group must either be Stereoscopic or made with some kind of 3-D software and must not be intentionally offensive.

Check to see if there is a category for the art you've submitted, your work will appear only in one folder :)

Membership is open to all 3D artists, If you are interested in an admin position please note RiONX
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Dec 4, 2009


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Hello 3-D-ARTists!

Our friend :iconyorickjones:  is looking for collaborators for an upcoming project, below are the details :)


Hi, dA! Brendan Jones here, creator of the webcomic "Breakfast of the Gods" and current co-writer of Arne Cooper's webcomic "The Androssian Prophecy," and I'm looking for an artistic collaborator on a wholly new project. That project is called "Operation: RETCON."

THE PITCH: Through a fluke government experiment (love those!), an obscure, cheesy comic book superhero of the '50s has been made flesh and blood reality. Captain V's attempts to acclimate himself with our world and the government's attempts to use him as a secret weapon make for a lighthearted romp with occasional bouts of graphic sex and violence.

THE CONCEPT: A deconstruction of Golden/Silver Age comics tropes told through the lens of a pay cable "dramedy." Captain V's "girlfriend" is his CIA handler, who's also a lesbian. His "best pal" is a 19 year-old janitor/club DJ with a stripper girlfriend. In the early going, his greatest challenges in adjusting to our very real Reality are discovering that his "power punch" will actually pulp a human body and that he now has a penis. This is definitely a "Mature Readers" comic.

THE ARTIST?: Ideally, I can find a talented 3D artist (like my buddy Arne a.k.a. Bad-Dragon here on dA) with a desire to hone their narrative chops. Someone who can make a movie on the page, who can sell both the big action pieces as well as the "people in a room talking" scenes. Someone who can make their models act. And, as long as I'm at it, someone who can make convincing looking men's suits (man, what's with the "doll's clothes" look of most Poser/Daz outfits for guys?).

Does this sound like you?

I'm also not opposed to finding a 2D artist capable of illustrating in a hyper-realistic style. The idea being to contrast the flat, simplified "world" of Captain V's previous Reality (Golden Age comics) with our own. But I'm still leaning towards seeing what 3D comics artists can do. I really think there's so much potential there.

THE FORMAT: Though this is designed as an eventual print release (and is therefor structured like a typical 22 page-per-issue comic), I would still like to follow the general post-a-page-a-week schedule of any other webcomic. Thanks to working on "The Androssian Prophecy," I realize how much pre- and post work has to go into every rendered frame of a 3D comic, so this project would obviously require a long lead time before it went public.

In addition to each issue's 22 rendered pages, I would produce (write and draw/ink/color/letter) an 8 page back-up from the "vintage" adventures of Captain V from the 1950s run of "Valor Comics."

THE PAY: Well, there isn't any. Yet. I'm hoping, as with all webcomics, that it would become a commercial enterprise down the road after it finds an audience. Trust me, I'd like to make money off my work and I would share 50/50 with my artist.

SO: There you have it. The script of issue 1 is there in my gallery as a downloadable .pdf. Give it a read and drop me a line if you'd like to join me in this project.…


don't forget to send our friend a message if you want more details about this upcoming project, we wish him the best luck to him and his staff.

3-D-ART admin.
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Heavy-Fantasy Featured By Owner 5 days ago
I accept that the image is declined, but I do not understand why I also was thrown out the Group? :( (Sad) 
recycledrelatives Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Is this group dead?????  Submissions are left to expire.
Luddox Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
Can you add my cotributions already!!!!
systemcat Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Why did you let my work expire :worry:?
chiefraven Featured By Owner May 18, 2014
Hi everyone,

Does anyone know where is a good place to purchase Photorealistic scenes by any chance? (hyper realistic interior scenes like bathroom, bedroom, dinning room, office, living room, etc) they all look like they're made with 3dstudiomax.

Most of the scenes from renderosity or runtimedna are not very realistic in its quality, but i see tons of artists doing photo-realistic type work with their poser/daz character with these realistic scene to match their character.

I recon most of these scenes are made with 3dstudiomax or maya? does anyone know a good site with a lot of selection of these scene products for purchase?

And these scene contents are usually in a file format for 3dstudiomax or maya right? so i will need to convert them in 3dsmax or maya in order to use them in Poser/Daz ?
chiefraven Featured By Owner May 15, 2014
Hi guys,

I know that the main factor when it comes to achieving photo-realism in your character is the artist's skill-set, but with that aside which rendering engine do you think has a slight advantage when it comes to creating photo-realistic characters?

Are physically based(unbiased) rendering engine more suitable?

I work on mainly small projects and still images with the focus on character (so nothing too complex or contains too many objects or scenes)

I do however plan on giving a try on animation as well in the near future.

Would Arnold be a good rendering engine? I'm open to all suggestions!

thanks in advance
hsoj95 Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is difficult to say which engine is the best overall, as each one has its own pros and cons.

The Cycles rendering engine in Blender(Free) can go a long ways towards photo-realisim, if you are willing to play around a lot with it to achieve your desired results.

V-Ray(Not Free), which also has a plugin for Blender, Maya, and I believe Cinema 4D, seems like it is used a lot in ArchViz renderings that I see, though I'm not sure how it would work for a character render.

I have never used Arnold, so I can't so whether it is good or not. My suggestion would be to maybe see if you can find character renders done in each engine and see which ones you like the results from.
JackStryker Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014
Hello.  I don't want to spam you guys or anything, so I'll be as brief as possible.

I'm a member of a group that's been working on a 3D remake of the game King's Quest IV.  Unfortunately, our artist passed on last year and we've been trying- so far unsuccessfully- to find a new artist.  So, I was wondering if any 3D artists in this group would be willing to assist us.  If so, here is a link to our forum:…

Thank you for your time.
DTEnigma Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanls for accepting :)
EvilUsagi Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thanks for accepting me :)
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