As I always say – You can never have enough 2d people! And today I’m hosting & sharing Case3D’s 200 3d people cutout pack for all of you to download and use. Enjoy!
I’ll say it again, and again… and again! You can never have enough 2d cutout people for your renders. A steady supply is needed to avoid repetition, but also in order to avoid misplacement – and that fact is at the core of NONSCANDINAVIA. It’s is a free, open-source, online database of hi-res PNG images, dedicated to increasing diversity in architectural representation. The project is framed as a counterpart to Skalgubbar, the free Swedish cutout site causing a ubiquitous creep of Swedish hipsters in architectural renderings outside of Sweden.
After some pause, and while you keep sending great visuals for all previous giveaway 2nd stages, the 7TH 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! VIShopper will give one of you lucky followers 20 credits to spend on their visualization accessories database ($100 value). You will also have the chance to win additional 20 credits by sending a 3d render you made using VIShopper accessories of any kind just like Renderare did for the Minco Wharf project showcased up above!
Juan Carlos Ramos kindly shares his second 2D Cut Out People Pack. As I always say – You can never have too many 2d people, and this pack has 10 groups of them that Juan prepared as part of his Post Production Spanish Master Class. Enjoy!
Juan Carlos Ramos kindly shares his first 2D Cut Out People Pack. As I always say – You can never have too many 2d people, and this pack has 15 of them. Enjoy!
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Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.
— Salvador Dali