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I was greatly in­trigued by the Star Cit­i­zen work­shop in the re­cent games art is­sue (De­cem­ber, 141), it re­ally piqued my in­ter­est as an as­pir­ing artist. It was gen­uinely in­sight­ful for me to see how Jort van Wel­ber­gen from Foundry 42 went about de­sign­ing and cre­at­ing a ve­hi­cle for a video game – and es­pe­cially the 3D side of things re­ally opened my eyes. I won­dered if you planned any more 3D tu­to­ri­als of this na­ture, that might help me learn more about that side of dig­i­tal art? I would guess there are other artists out there of my level who feel the same, too? Steven Well­smith, via email

Claire replies Hello Steven. Thanks for writ­ing in and we’re re­ally glad you en­joyed the work­shop. The re­sponse to that is­sue has been re­ally pos­i­tive, and you’re not the first per­son – and prob­a­bly not the last ei­ther – to write in and ask for more 3D tu­to­ri­als. So you’ll be pleased to know we have sev­eral more planned. Please do let us know what you think of them. Read­ers, have we struck the right bal­ance be­tween 2D and 3D dig­i­tal art in the mag­a­zine? Email in and let us know your thoughts.

Jort van Wel­ber­gen’s tu­to­rial from is­sue 141 (top) and Gen­zoman’s (be­low) from the manga spe­cial, is­sue 140.

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