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It turns out that the real winner of this year’s Super Bowl wasn’t the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks, it was The Foundry and its all-conquering video compositing package, Nuke.
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Artist David Revoy created this piece on the new version of Krita
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A license to use the most popular 3D software currently on the market doesn’t come cheap these days. Thankfully, there’s a bunch of generous creatives around the world who like to share the tools they’ve created, as well as some canny companies offering free versions of paid-for tools. To save you time and effort, we’ve rounded up the best free 3D software around for you to download today. So if you’re a 3D artist, bookmark this page now!
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Autodesk’s Sketchbook Pro is part of the bundle.
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In Mischief images can be incredibly detailed in some parts, and broadly sketched in others, such as in this image by Carly Sanker
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This Manga-esque piece was created jointly by CreatureBox’s Dave Guertin and Greg Baldwin in Sketchbook Pro
Copper is running a contest, where they are givingaway 2 Studio subscription for 1 year. Well, you guys know what is Copper? Let’s say it once again for n00bs.
If you Imagine having a clear picture of what your team is trying to accomplish, with a central tool that keeps everyone in the loop. The biggest issue facing most project teams is that key information is lost in spreadsheets, documents, and lengthy email trails. For over ten years they have helped thousands of organizations regain order from chaos with a simple and beautiful tool done right.
This contest will run from November 10, 2014 to
November 15, 2014 and we will select the winners randomly by running MySQL query. Result can be announced any day before November 20, 2014 so keep visiting here or subscribe to our rss feed to get the latest updates. To participate in the contest and win Copper’s studio license for 1 year, All you have to do is:
Just tweet this:
I want to win @copperproject yearly studio license from @SmashingApps http://bit.ly/1zfe34Y
1. Once you have tweeted, come back to this post and comment with a link to your tweet.
2. Use valid email ID in the email box.
3. Make sure that you are following @copperproject and @SmashingApps on twitter and subscribe our rss feed to track this contest and for future updates.
4. And that’s it!
So, what are you waiting for now? Let’s participate in the contest and good luck!
One year ago, NYC-based designer Patrick Durgin-Bruce debuted a clever and unique update to the idea of monograms. Developing his own font and proprietary software, Durgin-Bruce created Mymo—an entirely customizable amalgamation of letters that are 3D-printed…
by Matthew Askari As far as plum roles go in the industry go, being the chief designer for Daimler—parent of luxury stalwart Mercedes-Benz—is nonpareil. The brand’s carefully curated image bridges luxury and lifestyle in a…
Slack has become a big enough deal that it almost makes you care about enterprise software. The company, which integrates a kind of sophisticated group chat with dozens of other software services that your company may already use, has spread like wildfire in the corporate world. Before February, no one had ever heard of Slack; seemingly overnight, it was being used in every business in tech.
Investors have noticed. Today Slack, which launched less than nine months ago, is announcing that it has raised $ 120 million, valuing it at $ 1.12 billion. It had previously raised $ 60 million. Some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent investors, including Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Google Ventures, and Andreessen Horowitz, participated in…
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