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This could also be illustrated with a vector editor like AI or a raster editor like PS, like Rafael mentioned. It is quite similar to a "low poly" illustration, which are quite trendy nowadays. This link has a tutorial on how to create a low poly portrait that can give you an idea of the method. It is quite time intensive and not for the faint of heart, but ...


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My 2 free options. For this simple (and not so simple) renders Blender would be my top choice. I would use internal render in this case. Another option can be sketchup. It is sometime that I don't use it since it is not from google, but give it a try: http://www.sketchup.com/ It has no render engine, but you can try one from several. I used Kerkythea ...


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Make the resolution around 300px either when you open a new project or open a .obj file and that's it!


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In Photoshop Choose Rounded Rectangle Tool with your desired radius and hold shift to make a perfect rounded square. Open 3D Tools palette (Window - 3D). And create a new 3D object from the rounded rectangular shape by clicking create. Then apply the 3D settings in the Repousse window, rotate your created shape using Rotate The Mesh tool to change the ...


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Or you can apply a Modify > Convert > Smooth Mesh Preview to Polygons on your mesh. It will then render properly on all renderers... but you'll lose the ability to further modify your object using smooth mesh.


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Its is not so easy using Illustrator, but defiantly it is easier using one of the 3D studio packages using Camera match. It is harder in illustrator because: the cup is not a perfect cylinder. when extruding a cylinder in Illustrator you have to match it with the cylinder on the Lego guy manually. anyway here what you have to do. first of all you ...


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To add to what's already been stated you might want look at the location you live in. Many eons ago some friends of mine were taking game design while I was taking graphic design and they where always told that if you are serious you should look into moving to California, Florida , and I want to say New York as well. This may have changed but spend some ...


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With most jobs it comes down to usually three things: 1) Experience/Portfolio 2) Networking 3) Good personal skills for the interview(s) Education falls under experience. Actual real-world experience typically beats any college degrees (and this is usually demonstrated via one's portfolio). That being said, college degrees do help in getting you past the ...


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It's going to be tough without much experience and a degree in a related field. Not sure how involved your Digital Media degree would transfer over to the gaming industry. I see plenty of jobs these days that require 2 years of work experience and a degree in a related field just for an entry level position. It is certainly possible to find a job without ...


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There is no printing technique for this but these are custom made letters. Based on the pictures I would assume the top are metal letters possibly formed and painted at a lighted sign shop. The bottom letters, based on the texture in the light, appear to be foam letters. There are many variations to 3D letters. A simple google search for the following ...



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