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3D modeling brings designs to life in a three-dimensional space through the manipulation of polygons, edges, and vertices in a 3D space. It can be done with the help of specialized 3D software and a lot of dedication and imagination.
What It Takes To Be A 3D Modeler
The most important traits of a 3D modeler are creativity, attention to detail, and sharp computer skills. Some familiarity with computer coding and scripting also goes a long way. In a professional setting, a 3D modeler should be a team player and able to take creative criticism. That’s because they’re expected to be working in close proximity to other artists, animators, and several other types of people.
Where Do We See 3D Modeling?
We’ve seen the results of 3D modeling in the movies, animations, and video games we interact with every day. Consider the world-famous Pixar movies people of all ages enjoy like “Toy Story”, “Up,” and “Shrek.” All of this is brought to us through 3D modeling.
The buildings around us are also often a result of 3D blueprints! With this technology, architects are better able to visualize and present their designs even to laymen who may not understand the technicalities of the 2D blueprints.
Beginners will require a lot of time and patience to learn and master the art of 3D modeling. With today’s software, however, this effort is greatly reduced from what was required a few years ago. Good news is that even beginners are able to churn out animations, graphics, and structure designs.