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Toolbag Artist Highlight | Ep.125

Buckle up for another round of awesome art by the Toolbag community!

Artist Credits:

  1. Magdalena Dadela has us floored over her wondrous Goblin.
  2. Kamil Trocinski levelling up his skills with a likeness sculpture of Grand Moff Tarkin.
  3. Natalia P. Gutierréz crafted a lovely curious fellow, the ‘Nephilim’.
  4. Thomas Hamilton captures beautiful details from a 1920’s Rotary Valve Trumpet.

Thanks for checking out the latest featured artwork rendered in Toolbag. Stay tuned for more next week.

Toolbag Artist Highlight | Ep. 124

Feast your eyes on this neat selection of Toolbag renders.

Artist Credits:

  1. Mikhail Petaykin has lit up the universe with this particle accelerator.
  2. Brandon Bennett impresses us again with his rendition of Thorin.
  3. Robert Kreps crafted an amazing handplane with remarkable detail.
  4. Adem Can Baykal created a deadly looking scout robot.

Thanks for checking out the latest featured artwork rendered in Toolbag. Stay tuned for more next week.

Toolbag Artist Highlight | Ep. 122

Start your week by admiring a magnificent selection of artwork rendered in Toolbag.

Artist Credits:

  1. Nikolay Chugunov gets in your face with a gnarly orc.  
  2. Alexander Zelenskiy demonstrates excellent attention to detail with his M4A1.  
  3. Hyunsuk Jin created a majestically rugged blacksmith.  
  4. Tamara Konstanchenko transports us to the post-apocalyptic world with her survivor.

Thanks for checking out the latest featured artwork rendered in Toolbag. Stay tuned for more next week.

Toolbag Artist Highlight | Ep. 120

Check out an exquisite batch of renders in this week’s highlight!

Artist Credits

  1. Tim McLeod has done a stellar job with a real-time study of a female character. 
  2. Romain Rouffet scanned a motorcycle and assembled a fantastic set of close-up shots in Toolbag.
  3. Jackes Tabach conjured up a hefty knight. 
  4. Christoph Schoch created a charming barbarian fisherman. 

Thanks for checking out the latest featured artwork rendered in Toolbag. Stay tuned for more next week.