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Mudbox 2010 will have enhanced integration with Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3DS Max and Autodesk Softimage. It will also feature a range of new creative tools and workflows, and a software development kit that means it can be customized by teams and used in specific pipelines.

It will be bundled as part of the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suites, which comprise a choice of Maya 2010 or 3DS Max 2010, together with Mudbox 2010 and Autodesk MotionBuilder 2010.

Christoph Schädl, character artist at RABCAT Computer Graphics, was a beta tester for Mudbox 2010. “I love to work with Mudbox because the intuitive user interface lets me focus entirely on my creative vision,” said Schädl. “My favorite feature in the 2010 release is the ability to paint across multiple texture maps, in different paint channels without any seams. That means you can pa ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1316 | Added by: Eagle | Date: 01.10.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

The world's most widely used professional 3D modeling software.
Create rich and complex design visualization. Generate realistic characters for a top-selling game. Bring 3D effects to the big screen.

Autodesk 3ds Max supports 3D modeling, animation, and rendering software helps design visualization professionals, game developers, and visual effects artists maximize their productivity by streamlining the process of working with complex scenes.

Viewing and Handling of Large, Complex Scenes

3ds Max software delivers new viewport technology and optimizations that result in vastly improved interactivity of even the largest, most complex scenes. Common tasks and operations-selection, material assignment, transform, grouping, cloning, and many more-are now significantly faster, making 3ds Max the most streamlined version of the software ever. Plus, ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1282 | Added by: Eagle | Date: 01.10.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

This past August we had the chance to witness the launch of Maya 2009, the 10th major release of Maya 3D software. While it’s keeping up with the latest trends in the animation and cinematography industry, I do think that some aspects of Maya need more attention as well.

Right now, we’re seeing more and more feature films using stereoscopic images. In the past you could make these images using a handmade camera rig in conjunction with some trial and error. Maya 2009 not only gives a fully featured stereo camera, but also allows you to use a feature called “Stereo Preview”. Using this feature, you can preview your stereo scenes directly in your viewport, completely eliminating the need to test render your images or animations just to see that they work.

The stereo preview offers a variety of preview modes: anaglyph (red-cyan), horizontal interlaced, chec ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1314 | Added by: Eagle | Date: 01.10.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Aitoh Double-Sided Origami Paper
Mix these beautiful origami papers for dramatic results. Papers feature rich colors on one side and a different colored foil on the other.

Each package includes 18 square sheets measuring 4½" on each side.

Aitoh Origami Mesh Paper
The ancient art of origami disciplines mind and body as intricate figures are carefully created by hand-manipulating special paper. ColorMesh traditional origami paper is 100% Rayon Mesh for easy workability.

When using ColorMesh, hands must be dry and the paper cannot get wet. Package includes 20 sheets (two 5-7/8" square sheets each of 10 colors.)

The Ancient Art Of Origami Kit
If you've always wanted to learn this fascinating Japanese art form, here's a kit that will provide you with the materials and instructions you need. Origami is fun for children and adults. It ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 995 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Artists select fine watercolor papers by finish and by weight. Manufacturers generally sell three or more finishes, usually labeled Rough, Cold Press, and Hot Press.

For transparent watercolors, most artists prefer a Rough or Cold Press finish. A smoother finish, such as Hot Press, is desirable for opaque watercolors, and for printmaking and drawing.

Artist Watercolor Papers
◦Acquerello Portofino Watercolor Sheets
◦Acquerello Watercolor Sheets
◦Arches Bright White Watercolor Paper
◦Arches Watercolor Paper
◦Bockingford Tinted Paper
◦Canson 100 Watercolor Paper
◦Fabriano Artistico Extra White Watercolor Paper
◦Fabriano Artistico Traditional White Watercolor Paper
◦Fabriano Esportazione
◦Fabriano Original Artistico Extra White Watercolor Paper
◦Fabriano Original Artistico Traditional ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 3533 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (1)

Arches melded 500 years of papermaking experience with 21st Century technology and developed Infinity fine art paper for digital printmaking. Mould-made from 100% cotton fiber, this paper is acid-free and lignin-free, designed to last for generations.

The paper is coated with an exclusive formula that works with inkjet printers using pigment-based or dye-based inksets. It offers maximum color, fidelity, and image permanence. Arches Infinity paper is universally compatible with most thermal and water-based piezo printers, including Epson, Hewlett-Packard, Encad, Iris, Colorspan, and others.

This paper also accepts a variety of media, including acrylic and pen-and-ink, so you can work into your printed images with confidence.

Canson Digital Art and Photo Papers
Canson has applied centuries of papermaking artistry to the production of this technolo ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1418 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

This 60 lb vellum paper is perfect for copy machines, laser printers, and paper sculpture. It retains a sharp crease that makes a precise cut, and accepts all media without feathering.

Bright Sheets are acid-free, and made of 50% recycled materials. Comes in an assortment of 12 brilliant, fade-resistant colors.

◦NEW! AC Cardstock Paper Packs
◦Canson Colorline Art Papers
◦Canson Ingres Drawing Papers
◦Canson Mi-Teintes Assorted Color Packs
◦Canson Mi-Teintes Drawing Papers
◦Canson Mi-Teintes Pads
◦NEW! Caribbean Colors Assorted Paper Pack
◦Colormates Assorted Packs
◦Colormates Mega Cardstock Pack
◦Daler-Rowney Canford Papers
◦Fadeless 2-Color Duet Paper
◦Fadeless Designer Paper
◦Hygloss Black Silhouette Paper
◦Hygloss Bright Sheets
◦Pacon Scrapbook Paper
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Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 980 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

This is a heavyweight paper with a coated, textured surface that replicates the surface of canvas.

It's ideal for practicing techniques with oils, caseins, acrylics, alkyds, or egg tempera.

Pads contain 10 sheets each.

Artist Trading Cards, 300 Series Canvas Paper — These trading cards use the same heavyweight paper with a coated, textured surface that is in the pads. Artist Trading Cards are a great way to meet other artists, share creations, and build unique collections. The only official rule is the trading card size, which must be 2½" × 3½" (64 mm × 89 mm).
Artist Trading Card Envelopes — These envelopes are the perfect size to hold and protect individual trading cards. Each envelope measures 3" × 4" (76 mm × 102 mm).

Strathmore
•Bristol and Illustration Board
•Cards
•Conservation
•Digital Art Papers
•D ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1777 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

How do I decide which board to use?

Consider three factors. First of all, are you choosing a surface only for scanning or reproduction, or do you intend to save and display the artwork itself? Secondly, do you need a smooth surface or a more textured surface? Finally, what weight should the board that backs the surface be?

What is the difference between bristol board and illustration board?

Bristol provides two working surfaces, front and back. Illustration board is only finished on one surface.

Although the two can be used interchangeably in some applications. a bristol board is usually lighter in weight and is intended for longer term use and preservation. The better quality bristol boards are archival. An illustration board is intended as a surface for creating artwork that will be scanned or reproduced onto other mediums.

What is the differ ... Read more »

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 2496 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 5.0/1 | Comments (0)

Bordon & Riley's Airbrush Pad contains high quality paper specifically made for airbrush applications.

It enhances color work and is an affordable alternative to illustration board. It also can be used for color separation work on laser scanning devices.

http://www.dickblick.com/products/borden-and-riley-airbrush-pad/

Category: Tools & devices reviews | Views: 1241 | Added by: Darkbrush | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (1)

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