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Viktoryia Sakharchuk Interview
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1.What 3D modelling programs do you use?
Currently for modeling different kind of objects I mostly use 3ds max, sometimes also Revit.
2.Is there a program you prefer above everything else?
My choice would be 3dsmax as my favorite program. At first look its interface seems to be unclear, too many different kind of icons, it could be problem for new users. My first steps with 3dsmax were done with courses help. Don’t be scared guys, after getting to know it you will all like it.
3.What rendering software do you use, and why?
I use Corona Render, I learnt it at the course and started to like it. Program’s interface is clear and intuitive. I appreciate the consistency and functional in program which I use. Corona gives me all what I was looking for.
4.Through your years what was your most memorable project?
It’s very interesting question, I think the most memorable project I have ever done was student project of university campus in Parma. The idea was based on the design of such buildings, which give us both protection from the sun and function as independent parts of the University at the same time. My project was similar to Metropol Parasol in Sewilia style, unfortunately I didn’t created good render to show them now 😊 The project wasn’t accomplished, but it was very interesting for me to immerse myself in this design atmosphere.
5.Where do you see yourself 5 years from now in this industry?
I want to be a professional in 3d design and graphic. I would like to be close to architecture, because this is what I like the most, it gives me satisfaction.
6.Any tips you can offer to artists out there that can help them in this industry?
The most important is to practice and don’t give up on this, just be brave. There are plenty of tutorials, courses and resources you can use. You also can ask someone who do that a long time to give you tips. Consider observation of reflects in real life, and then try to get the same effect in your render.
7.Is there anything you would do differently in the past that would help the way you design now?
Yes, i started creating renders from reference, it’s very helpful for making realistic render. You can observe light and shadow, contrast and perspective of a real photo.
8.What is your favorite place to get your textures from?
Mostly I use textures from Poligon.com, but also I like ones texturex.com and textureheaven.com
9.Have you got inspiration from other artists? If so, who?
I like a lot of artists, I observe their work on instagram or behance, this is one of my favorite account: https://www.behance.net/tomorrowab, where you can find great and very realistic projects, also https://www.behance.net/leolozone. Honestly, it’s difficult to choose one of them, because many of them are great.