This artist took the time to show us how they prepare their ZBrush models for 3D printing. Gorgeous!
Pluralsight has released a free game (basically a Diablo Clone) which is geared towards teaching game development. You can download and try the game yourself here. And then log in to your accounts to watch the lessons on how they made the game. It’s great to be able to see the entire game design pipeline in one place. Take advantage of it!
Three D Scans is a cool website where you can download scans of classical sculptures for free! Most files seem to be .obj’s or .stl’s. Both of which import just fine into Maya. But because of the high poly count, I’d recommend opening them in ZBrush.
Daryl Obert works at Autodesk and he posts a video tutorial on youtube most Mondays. I’ve always found them to be a great resource!
Heard about 3d printing? Excited to give it a try but can’t quite afford/find space for your own, private printer? Have a library card? Consider a trip to the San Diego Public Library.