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Jonathan Williamson: Artist Profile #36

Jonathan Williamson is a 3D artist I become familiar with from his lessons on CG Cookie, which Mr. Williamson is a co-founder of. He is also a Blender Foundation Certified Trainer, meaning when it comes to modeling in Blender he knows a thing or two. Speaking of which, searching for Blender tutorials is what led me to find Jonathan Williamson in the first place. Anyway to see what he can do visit CGCookie to see his work and tutorials, or check him out on Twitter.


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Here Is My Newest Blender Animation of a Lamp

I made this animation by following the blender course on Udemy.com like the Chess Board and Pieces I posted. It took me a few hours to complete this short animation. A lot of it was spent tweaking, and adjusting to make it look just right. So watch the video below and tell me what you think.


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Blender Rendered Chess Board and Pieces

Here is the final result of the blender class I mentioned last time. The board was the easiest part to model, the pawns were also rather simple. The one piece that took the most time was the knight, because of its’ organic nature.

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Chess Board, Matt Dickun

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Melvin Practice Blender Sculpt

This is my first attempt at sculpting with Blender, and I feel it went pretty good. The Melvin character was created following the course Fundamentals of Digital Sculpting on CGCookie.

So please tell me what you think in the comment section below.


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Kent Trammell: Artist Profile #35

Kent Trammell started modeling and sculpting 3D models using Blender, Maya, and Zbrush after graduateing from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida in July 2010.Kent has pursued artistic endeavors his entire lfe such as a brief stint as a professional portrait artist and fabricating electric guitars from scratch in his spare time. He is currently an instructor and artist for CG Cookie.

To see Kent Trammell’s work visit either Kent Trammell – Digital Artist, or CGCookie and look at the galleries there.


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