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Making low poly art for low poly people ...

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Hiring Guide

   How to hire a great 3d Artist

 

Finding the right 3D artist for your project can sometimes be an uphill task, partly because of the requirements of the project and partly due to the budget constraints.

There are a number of things that you should look for in a skilled 3D artist; however, if you aren’t sure what those traits/qualities are, then you are at the right web address as we are going to take a good look at the things that you should expect from a great 3D artist:

Their knack for understanding the exact requirements of the project

You can hire the best 3D artist on the planet, but what good would they be when they can’t comprehend the exact requirements of your project. Every single detail plays a huge role in the 3D landscape.

Would the artist be able to understand the special visual properties that you want? What about the details that you are looking for in the 3D printed snap parts needed for your project? Are only 3D characters required or an entire environment is to be made? What software would be best suited for your job and if your would-be-hire is proficient at it?

Once you are pretty sure that your ideal candidate is good at grasping the prerequisites, more than half of your quest for hiring the right 3D developer is over!

Check if they are well-acquainted with a sculpting program

A good 3d artist is always proficient at using at least one of the two most popular sculpting programs- Mudbox and Zbrush. Being acquainted with these programs also helps an artist with various painting techniques – such as Poly Painting in ZBrush – which allows painting textures directly onto the model.

Should know how to texture

If, as an employer, you come across a portfolio of a 3D modeler whose models don't have any textures on them, you can consider skipping the person and moving on to the next candidate in your list.

In the video game industry, 3D modeling and texturing often go hand-in-hand. Thus, if you’re also in the same business, you should consider hiring the one who knows a good deal about texturing.

Their portfolio and employer reviews should bear testimony to what they claim/portray

A good look at a 3D artist’s portfolio will tell you a lot about their skill set and the kind of projects they have previously worked on. However, a casual employer who has just entered the 3D ‘space’ may not be good at doing so. If you belong to this category, resorting to previous employer reviews is perhaps your only resort.

Doing this on a freelance marketplace is a cakewalk as you can simply scroll through the ‘stars’ provided by other employers. Keep note that if an artist profile has repeated reviews from one particular employer every now and then, chances are high that those reviews are fake, planted to seek the attention of genuine companies (or independent employers).

Should have a decent idea of both human and animal anatomy

A full-time 3D artist who works at a company has no clue as to what kind of task may come up next. Therefore, a great 3D artist is always ready for any challenge that their employer may throw at them.

Therefore, your ideal artist is the one who is good at modeling humans, humanoids, animals and other creatures. This skill set especially comes in handy if you are in the gaming niche.

Are their hourly charges justified?

In today’s highly competitive market flooded with freelancers, you have a lot of talent to choose from. However, many 3D artists live under the delusion that what they do is unique and unmatchable, and thus their hourly rates are exorbitant.

If you are new to the process of hiring a ‘legit’ 3D artist, odds are high that you may end up paying a lot more to a not-so-deserving artist, who doesn’t even do half the justice to your ambitious project.

The best way to approach this concern, until you gain a little experience, is to request quotes from all your prospects. A good 3d artist will undoubtedly charge high, but the difference in the hourly quotes will give you a better idea about the justified prices.

Some decent freelance 3D artists often fall victim to clients who disappear when it comes to receiving the delivery of their project and paying the agreed money (if paying for an entire project at completion and not hourly). So, do not frown if your freelance artist asks for some portion of the money in advance – say 40% while accepting the project and remaining 60% at completion – even they have the right to do so, especially if they make a living out of the same.

Conclusion

Now since you have a fair idea about the traits that you ought to look in a 3D artist, we are sure that you will not regret your next hire. As an employer, though, you must ensure that you do not put undue pressure or unfathomable deadlines on your 3D artists. Always remember, building a masterpiece takes time!  

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How to hire a great 3d Artist for your Game App?

Finding the right 3D artist for your project can sometimes be an uphill task, partly because of the requirements of the project and partly due to the budget constraints.

There are a number of things that you should look for in a skilled 3D artist; however, if you aren’t sure what those traits/qualities are, then you are at the right web address as we are going to take a good look at the things that you should expect from a great 3D artist:

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