How To Create Robot Pet In Blender: Introducing 2nd Place of Robot Pet Challenge
Robots are normal in our daily lives, but how does it look like when robots become pets? In the Robot Pet 3D Challenge, artists created various robot pets through CG arts. Fox Renderfarm is honoured to have an interview with the 2nd place winner, Jazib Daud, a 3D artist and concept designer from Pakistan.
THE LAST OF ITS KIND © Jazib Daud
“After a catastrophic event on the planet, Martha lost the Dragon. Now finally the gloomy era came to an end and both of them reunite…hugging and watching the sunshine once again.” This is how he described his work. Created using Blender, ZBrush, 3D Coat and Photoshop, the award-winning artwork perfectly presents a sci-fi story, full of imagination and creativity.
As a 2D and 3D artist, Jazib is good at modelling, sculpting, texturing and 2D concept design for characters, environments, games and cinematics. Here's the interview between Fox Renderfarm and Jazib Daud, in which you will know how he created the amazing artwork.
Fox Renderfarm: Hi Jazib! Thank you for accepting our interview. Could you have a brief introduction about yourself?
Jazib: I am Jazib and I am 19 years old, I am a CG Enthusiast and Concept Designer. I am studying Interior design. And a Sci-Fi fan.
The Futuristic Vehicle © Jazib Daud
Fox Renderfarm: Congratulations on winning second place in the Robot Pet Challenge, how do you feel about it?
Jazib: I feel really great about it because it was my favourite challenge and It was also a win.
Robot pet instantly caught my attention because it was sci-fi themed. Second, it's about animals. As I am also an animal lover so creating something sci-fi and the cute animal was giving me a feeling that it will be so much fun. I am also super interested in robotics. So there was nothing holding me back.
Fox Renderfarm: Did you make the model of the girl and the pet from scratch? Could you share with us the modelling process?
Jazib: Girl model was made some time ago...I adjusted it to nicely fit the scenario. The robot pet model was made from scratch.
Fox Renderfarm: How long did it take to finish the work? Did you meet any difficulties when creating this work? And how did you solve it?
Jazib: It took about 7 days because I was having exams and had to manage my time.
The biggest difficulty was Time.
I solved it by being consistent and keeping things simple.
Fox Renderfarm: What’s the main gain from this challenge?
Jazib: Main gain was that I learned scene optimization, making everything good for camera. Advancing my skills in scene optimization was the main gain.
Fox Renderfarm: How do you improve your CG professional skills? Could you give some learning advice to CG learners?
Jazib: I actually learned by roaming the internet for new stuff, watching tutorials. Gaining experience by actually implementing and experimenting with things I learned.
Just being consistent is the key....Keep learning because there is a lot to learn.
I think your internet is a really helpful tool for learning. So use it.
Fox Renderfarm: Any artists or artworks inspired you most?
Jazib: Yes 2 artworks inspired me for this challenge.
Andrew Domachowski - A girl and her pet
Leonardo da Vinci - Lady with an Ermin
Fox Renderfarm: Have you used or heard of Fox Renderfarm before? If yes, how do you feel about it?
Jazib: I have heard a lot about Fox Renderfarm and I heard a lot of good stuff. I have seen so many amazing renders that artists and designers have accomplished with Fox. It makes me wanna try it and I definitely know that Fox is going to be one of the main tools in my CG arsenal.
Fox Renderfarm: Any other things you want to share with the CG enthusiasts?
Jazib: Few productivity tools, like PureRef, are amazing for managing reference images on your screen.
And Lightshot for fast Screen Capture.
Bandicam for Screen record.
Competitions are super important!
Participating in competitions like CGboost really helps to improve skills, CGboost has amazing beginner-friendly challenges. I would highly recommend any aspiring CG artists to participate there.
The Mask © Jazib Daud
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