Next in our infrequent series of typography setups is splendid multi-faceted 3d typography. For sculptural type artists opt in favor of Cinema 4D or Zbrush, while for creating an illusion of dimension, designers move heaven and earth resorting to all sorts of tools and material. From rendering in Cinema 4d as a primary instrument for building a simulating environment to manipulations with Illustrator’s toolbox for polishing up the overall appearance and finishing off the composition, there is a lot of work to be done to achieve the desired result.
Conditionally, 3D typography can be split into 2 directions. The first includes all surrealistic works, and the second focuses highly realistic visualizations. Each one has terrific examples that can serve as a source of inspiration. Today we have covered both of them.