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Interview with Illustrator and 3D Modeler Marcus Kielly

This week I had the opportunity to interview UK based Illustrator and 3D modeler Marcus Kielly.  I’ve always loved 3D design and animation and was very interested in what Marcus had to say.  I was also interested in what Marcus had to say about how his experience as an illustrator has helped him transition from 2D to 3D design.  If you are like me and are interested in learning more about this field, take a look at this great interview.


Interview with Alex Dumitru from Designious

This week, I had the opportunity to interview Alex Dumitru from Designious.  If you are not already familiar with Designious, they are a design studio that specializes in premium stock vector designs.  The quality of their work is really top notch so it was really exciting to get to learn more about their business.  Alex works mostly with the business side of the company so it was very interesting to gain some insight into how the other side of the design industry works.  As always, I hope you enjoy this interview and when you’re done, I hope that you will visit Designious’ website, connect with them on Twitter, and of course purchase their products.


Interview with Caleb Kimbrough from Lost and Taken

This week I had the opportunity to interview Caleb Kimbrough from Lost and Taken.  If you aren’t familiar with Lost and Taken, you should really check it out.  Lost and Taken is a blog dedicated towards free high resolution textures.  Caleb really does a great job with the site and always seems to find new ways to surprise us with new and creative textures.  I hope that you enjoy this interview and when you’re done, feel free to visit Caleb’s website and to connect with him via Twitter.