Monday, February 22nd, 2021
The past year was a very rough and difficult one. We all had to face completely new circumstances and find a way to cope with them. We at RebusFarm know that everything is connected and therefore one thing affects the other and a lot of us were affected quite hard.
Especially in difficult times like these, we have to stay together to be able to rise again. We thought about what we could do to help and came up with:
PROJECT PHOENIX: A MAXIMUM GPU PRICE CUT OF 75%
Friday, February 12th, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
At one point in the critically acclaimed TV series ‘Westworld’, a character refers to humanity as a “thin layer of bacteria”. When taking a closer look at Brian Lai’s lifelike digital portrait of the show’s star, Anthony Hopkins, one might agree to this rather unflattering description: to teach his students the basics of sculpting anatomy, the Malaysian 3D artist and lecturer meticulously handcrafted every single skin pore of his subject. The result, however is much more than the sum of its (microscopic) parts, and stands as an impressive example of Brian’s talent, diligence and keen eye.
In our interview, Brian talks about his background in photography, choosing to remain a hobbyist and the unique joy to be found in human skin.
Monday, February 1st, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
Oh what a day. What a lovely day…to unveil our February 2021 3D Artist of the Month! Taking the stage is Alexey Ryabov, a self-taught Belarusian CG artist equally adapt at designing luxurious restaurant interiors and military machinery. His faithful recreation of the iconic ‘Doof Wagon’ from the influential 2015 blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is testament to his spectacular modeling skill and diligent research, and just has to be witnessed.
Continue reading to learn more about Alexey’s professional background and artistic approach in our interview!
Wednesday, January 27th, 2021
Last year we had the pleasure to work together with renowned graphics tablet producer XP-Pen to offer three of our 3D Artist of the Month contest winners an additional special prize.
Monday, January 4th, 2021 by Julian Karsunky
The new year is finally upon us, and while the whole world eagerly awaits change, there is also some comfort to be found in the familiar. As such, we are proud to announce the continuation of our 3D Artist of the Month campaign. Fitting with this theme, kicking off the cycle in January 2021 is Hossein Yadollahpour, a face familiar to our regular readers. Though geographically far removed from the arctic circle, the Iranian archviz artist was inspired to create a series portraying the Norwegian Lofoten archipelago with its beautiful snowy landscapes, spectacularly illuminated by the northern lights.
In our interview, Hossein shares ten tips for aspiring artists and talks about virtual sightseeing, efficient scene management and remaining positive despite hardships.
Thursday, December 17th, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
As an exceptional year draws to a close, what could make for a more soothing and conciliatory conclusion than looking at baby animals? Although he created a photorealistic orangutan for his demo reel, Preetham raj Rapeti is certainly not monkeying around! A recent graduate of Gnomon, the Indian 3D artist specializes in lifelike characters and is eager to break into the industry.
In our interview, Preetham talks about the development process of ‘Boro the orangutan’, career goals and the virtue of being patient.
Friday, December 11th, 2020
This year has been a difficult year for everyone. But we can't forget the even less fortunate. That's why like the last few years, RebusFarm is supporting the organization DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS with a donation.
DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS has the goal to provide lifesaving medical humanitarian care as well as speaking out about the issues that they are witnessing.
It would be great if you could join in and maybe make a donation too!
Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 by Julian Karsunky
2020 has been a turbulent year, and many of the challenges it presented will most likely keep us occupied in the foreseeable future. As public life has once again come to a standstill in large parts of the world, art continues to be a much-needed outlet and readily available source of comfort and solace for many. One more time, let us come together and celebrate our final 3D Artist of the Month of the year: hailing from Armenia, Alexander Alojants found that his professional and personal work has kept him going even throughout the most difficult times.
Check out our interview to learn more about Alexander’s history, the merits of competitions and inspiration found in worn down basements.