The principal of Yin and Yang has been around for centuries. Opposite things can be interconnected and interdependent which then form a complementary dynamic; day and night, hot and cold, product and engineering, progress and failure, structure and function. Or most importantly in my case, according to my grandmother, should I be a wiley temptress and be like a magnet … Read More
On Monday, hackers called “Mr. Smith” released more stolen files from HBO to the Internet and demanded millions of dollars to stop the leaks. They stole scripts, sensitive documents, and emails. There needs to be protection for these digital assets. The entertainment industry is a big player as the world begins to adopt the usage of 3D assets in all … Read More
Martin Pietras is a texture artist from Rochester who graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology. He studied 3D digital design and texturing in virtual reality. His ability to create photo realistic textures in a 3D environment lands him in this week’s artist feature! You can find more of his work on his Artstation profile!
On March 22, last Saturday, the Supreme Court came to an important decision regarding Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands which marked the first time that they heard a case about apparel design copyright. The decision held that “a feature incorporated into the design of a useful article is eligible for copyright protection only if the feature (1) can be perceived … Read More
Meet Pietro Chiovaro, a freelance 3D artist from Palermo, Italy. He is skilled in all kinds of 3D platforms such as Blender, Maya, AutoCAD, Cinema4D and more. His gallery showcases his work with hair, cloth, and fluid simulation. Pietro is quick to respond to freelance requests and you will not be disappointed with the final result. In addition to 3D … Read More