The Bed

We would like to welcome our next featured  3D Artist:

He is one of the few 3D Artist that catches attention due to his outstanding quality work. He will share to us his process and tips on achieving the output he called ” The Bed “.

We hope to learn from his experience and we thank him for sharing it with us. Please check out our Q&A below.You can also grab the potted plants 3d model as his give away to everyone.

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Featuring: Jerome Bulac.
Designer and Visualizer

1. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, like how long are you working in this industry?

“First of all, just want to give thanks to Rey for having me featured to his blog.

To get started, I am Jerome Bulac.
I am one of the thousands enthusiast 3d artist in the Philippines.

Graduated from a course which not really related in 3d industry.
From college, I took a course of Computer Technician.

So basically, I am not Architecture by profession.
But I always loved to draw and have the passion arts. It’s quite ironic though.

During college days, when one of my friend introduced me the software 3d Studio Max and from that time, I was amazed by how the software works and can create good 3d objects.
From there, I started to learn the software through online training. Keep building portfolios and keep learning.
And here I am full time doing of what I love to do.
So far I’ve been in this industry about 4 years plus. Doing 3d visuals and graphic design as well.

2. Please share the basic process of the work you will share to us?

“Basically, my workflow is quite simple.
First, I have to look from different sources or photograph images from internet.
Then gather the information’s.
Through that I started to create some ideas, then translate it in the software using mainly 3ds max for modelling and texturing.
Lighting and rendering part usually I used Vray as renderer.”

3. What are the difficulties you encounter in working this project and the solution you can suggest to our readers?

“For me every project that I do is a challenge. There might be easy and some are quite difficult to pull off.

In my experience facing some difficulties on working some projects is just to believe in yourself and keep on the line.

Have some breaks. If things are not sinking well. Like for me I do take a walk out from my desk just to get refresh.
If not call a friend and ask some advise. Don’t keep it on yourself.”

4. What tips do you share to the community in working this kind of projects?

“Basically working this particular project is not as hard as may think.
As long as you have that set of goals in your mind of what kind of output you come up with.
But, I just wanted to share some thoughts of working on each every projects. That you have to love it and be inspired while doing at the same time.

Get inspired by great artist, see their works, study on it.
Composition like scaling, framing, object that are commonly used and well suited on the scene, lighting’s, materials and texturing.

To be noticed by your works is put a time on it.
Never rushed.

Lastly, have a community of 3d artist blog/website and let your work be published.
It will help your work improved and sooner achieve your workflow better.

5. Do you have anything to add that will help inspire others. Please feel free to let us know.

“Just be real to yourself. Accept critics and comments positively.
Hope it helps and inspire others. Thank you!

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We  would like to thank him and we hope he continuously shares and inspire others. Please grab the potted plant in the download button below: