30,000 high-quality 3D Models
(PRWEB) December 06, 2011
3DExport.com, an innovator in 3D modeling media since 2004, has announced it recently reached a total exceeding 30,000 items in its online store, making it the largest ecommerce buying and selling resource of its kind. The site specializes in providing CG enthusiasts with 3D models, textures, plugins and digital prints for use in computer generated projects. It also seeks to interactively inform and educate its 104,563 members on the subject, which it provides through several forums and video tutorials in a consumer-friendly format.
The site and its community have thrived in trading in a field that has grown both in supporters and in sophistication. Previously an obscure or exotic graphic hobby, 3D modeling and animation has become increasingly popular, from their now common use in Hollywood films and TV, to engineering and product development, to amateur sculpture and furniture design. The site offers a strong suite of tools, including customer support, converting files, a high quality standard for 3D models it accepts, commissions and royalty fees paid to affiliates or re-sellers, and discounts on many items, among other features.
3DExport.com states its listed models vary from " Cars, Furniture, Architects, Characters, Animals, and other categories" its members are interested in. The examples also cover the range of techniques from primitive to NURBS, and others in between. Numerous vendors and artists have expressed appreciation for the trading platform. Writes Vladimir Yegorov, "Want to say a big thanks to 3DExport. Great site that provides great possibilities to all kind of CG artists. You will find here a lot of interesting information, good content and talented artists, good feedback and support from administration. Thanks for all you doing here."
Items sold and downloaded from the site are used as a foundation for other animation and design work, or kept as art by the buyer. The site anticipates additional growth in the inventory of 3D art, templates and related media displayed or sold on its pages as the modeling gains even more notoriety and exposure. Many industry observers believe the future of 3D modeling is probably moving in the direction of more intricate designs and unique styles, such that sites devoted to trading in these designs will thrive in the coming months.