Denis Cb: Interview with 3D artist

Hi everyone! We continue series of short interviews with the best artists from 3DModels competitions.

Denis Cb, author of the “Chevrolet 3100”, will answer six questions and give us a look behind the scenes of his work.

Chevrolet 3100

Please tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do and how did you become a 3D artist?

Hello, my name is Denis cb. I’m from Bangalore, India. I have been very creative since my childhood, from drawing on the streets to participating in art competitions. Once I did a portrait drawing of an elephant, displayed in my portfolio, it motivated me to do more so I started learning 3d at home from online tutorials youtube etc. I studied 3d for 1.5 years and then I was placed in a company.

Where did you find the inspiration for your latest challenge entry? What’s the story behind its creation?

Jurassic Park and King Kong was the inspiration for my scene. At first I wanted to create something new and realistic, something no one had ever done before. So this idea came up where the car was stuck on a pile of veins. Had picked up a few references online and put it all together and this was the result.

What software and plug-ins did you use to create this image? Did you face any difficulties, and how did you overcome them?

I did not use many plugins, expect blenderkit for the HDRI and botaniq for the green grass on the veins. Since this was the first time im participating in a 3D competition, I had to give my 100% commitment and time. I started this challenge 30 days before the end of the challenge somehow managed to finish it in my spare time and had the opportunity to learn a lot from creating a car to creating veins in the scene, getting the right lighting was also difficult to achieve.

How often do you do personal projects and keep your portfolio up-to-date? Which one is your favorite?

Since I work full time, I usually work on my personal projects when I have time, this compass was made in my spare time, I loved the final output and lighting for the scene.

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Who or what has inspired or delighted you recently? Maybe it was a book, a movie, or an artist.

There are too many incredible artists out there that inspire me to keep loving what I do.

Please tell us your five short tips for creating 3D art.

  1. – Plan accordingly.

  2. – Take your time.

  3. – Gather as many references as you can.

  4. – Try without plugins.

  5. – Learn more.

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