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The Third Dimension 6Welcome back to the 6th Issue of The Third Dimension, featuring the best work from the 3D gallery submitted in the past week.The Third Dimension 6 by 10am
This week's featured interview is with ME!
Otherwise known as 10am
Firstly, what is your name?
My name is Jordan Ingleton.
What are your tools of the trade?
I use Cinema 4D R10, Photoshop CS3 and Poser 6 sometimes.
How would you describe your artwork?
An ever changing melting pot of ideas ranging from graffiti based designs, all the way through to flowing natural designs. I like restrictive colours and more duo toned/monotoned images.
Where do you get most of your inspiration?
A lot comes through doing this article ever week, it's amazing to see the styles and creativity of a lot of seemingly unknown and known artists. I also draw a lot of inspiration from the world around me and from my own weird dreams!
How do you go about realising the ideas you have?
The Third Dimension 4The Third Dimension 4The Third Dimension 4 by 10am
A weekly roundup of 7 of the best 3D artworks submitted in the past week. Issue 5 will be featuring an interview with a selected artist!
This week was particularly hard with a hell of a lot of extremely good work released, the decisions for this article came down to a pool of 50, yes 50 artworks from which 7 were selected by myself and a few associates.
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Issue 4 Selections:
JUICE by 1ALPHA1
This artist is a repeat offender, having previously been featured in the 1st issue, this render features not only solid and interesting render work, but high class materials and lighting which is all topped off by a superb control of colours and textures with the background. A piece well worthy of a DD in my opinion.
Subway 26 Pt.1 by trijn
Would you catch me on a subway that looks like that? Not a chance! Superb postwork and skilled use