3D World UK - Issue 255 - 2020 January

3D World UK - Issue 255 - 2020 January
Issue 255
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3D World is the best-selling title written by and for 3D devotees in the fields of animation, VFX, games and arch-viz. Each and every month, a subscription delivers brand-new tutorials written by leading creators in the world of CG. 

Every issue is packed with straight-forward, easy-to-follow explanations of essential techniques, helping readers fine-tune their 3D skills. 3D World's writers cover the full spectrum of CG software, with reviews, news, guides and tutorials for all key applications – 3ds Max, Maya, ZBrush, Photoshop, After Effects, Cinema 4D, Blender and many more.

Additionally, a packed reviews and features section ensures readers remain at the cutting edge of industry news; getting the inside track on tomorrow's trends – not just today's. Add to this a regular influx of high-quality video tutorials, scene files and creative assets, and readers will quickly see why 3D world is a global best-seller.
The VFX of horror, 3Below and Maleficent 2!
  Fully animated movies and TV series are always popular and can often push the boundaries of CG, as they have fewer pressures from the execs, compared to the standard summer blockbuster. This issue we take a look at Guillermo Del Toro’s beautiful 3Below, which adorns our cover. We delve behind the scenes to find out how the popular Netflix show was put together.
  Not content with that we also explore Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, which is laden with lush environments, quirky CG characters and a huge range of set pieces and visual effects.
  If that is a bit too light-hearted for your tastes then check out our feature on the VFX of horror movies, to discover how to give your own audience the willies!
  If you are looking to upskill then look no further: as well as our regular Q and A section we have our veteran artists share their techniques for everything from setting up smart modular substances, building realistic sci-fi cities right through to taking your Maya models into ZBrush for sculpting and detailing.
  If it’s time to upgrade your hardware, check out our group test to see which new laptop could be the best one to support your work.

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