See how Noodles Studio relies on LightWave 3D to create this incredible animated TV Series
Tue 13 Dec 2016
Directed by French artists David and Laurent Nicolas (Noodles California), "Black Holes" is a 3D Animated TV Series based on "Pierre le Cosmonaute" project (2000). With a unique graphic style, "Black Holes" revolves around an astronaut overwhelmed by frivolous insecurities while preparing for the most important mission of his life: the conquest of Mars. Selected at 2017 Sundance Film Festival for the Animated Short Films Category, the pilot will be presented during the festival. The team gives us an insight into their creation process and how they used LightWave 3D in their pipeline to create this animated series.
A great example of CG image created with LightWave 3D
Thu 10 Nov 2016
LightWave 3D gives you the tools needed to create great visual effects! When making art for Advertising, digital artist Ricardo Urbano uses LightWave 3D to create incredibly lifelike advertisements and product videos. One of his latest project was to recreate a football stadium in 3D for a TV commercial for the compact crossover SUV Hyundai Tucson. See how LightWave 3D played a great role in rendering the project.
Beautiful LightWave Images from Artur Zgódka, Neil MacCormack & Jet Cooper
Wed 09 Nov 2016
This month three amazingly talented LightWave 3D artists, Artur Zgódka, Neil MacCormack & Jet Cooper show to the world the awesome power of LightWave by creating these incredible images. Send us your best 3D images and we will include the best on the LightWave Gallery. It is fun to show your talent and great to grow your career by introducing your skills and abilities to a worldwide audience. The top images may be selected for global advertising, which gives great exposure to our amazing LightWave artists.
See how a single artist used LightWave 3D to deliver her vision.
Wed 09 Nov 2016
Over the course of five years, the talented Japanese artist Hajime Kurono learned the ins and outs of LightWave 3D to realize her vision--creating and producing her own animated short film. From directing, modeling to animation and effects, Kurono has been working alone on all these aspects to bring her very original and personal animated film to life. Check out this great example of 3D animation and see how a single artist used LightWave to deliver her vision.
Digital Artist Farkas Ekho Zsolt shares the making of his latest mind-blowing project. All done in LightWave 3D
Sat 05 Nov 2016
Just after one look at this extremely talented artist’s work and you will recognize a true master, diligent in his craft. Hungarian artist Farkas Ekho Zsolt shares this month some details on the making of his latest mind-blowing project: Nanjin Road 20-509, a cyberpunk environment. Go behind the scenes and see how LightWave 3D enabled him to create this incredible project.
This creative studio shares with us a great overview of their creativity using LightWave 3D.
Thu 03 Nov 2016
A great show reel is one of your most valuable assets; it shows and sells your skills. Spanish-based 3D Studio Gosho knows how powerful LightWave 3D is as a tool to express art. Specialized in ArchViz, Design and Motion Graphics, this creative studio shares with us this month a great overview of their creativity. Jose Mari Rivero, founder of Gosho and LightWave artist since 2000, granted us a few minutes to explain the importance of LightWave 3D in their production pipeline.
New amazing tools have been unveiled
Thu 03 Nov 2016
Japanese software developer 3rd Powers unveiled early this month some amazing tools including a 3D Sticker, Lattice Deformer 2 and Paint Weights. Check the following video to get a complete overview of these new features in action.
Amazing Gundam Tribute by Antonio Vallorani
Wed 12 Oct 2016
Expressing his creativity through this personal project, the Italian LightWave 3D artist Antonio Vallorani released this month an amazing Gundam tribute video. From modeling to animation, Vallorani used LightWave 3D, 3D-Coat and Octane Render to deliver his own vision. The project—a 50-minutes movie—will be split into two parts: the first one (a 15 minutes’ prologue) and the second one (35 minutes), will narrate the real history. If you love Gundam that's something you shouldn't miss!