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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.

Last of Us: Capturing the Spirit and the Look

Romain Dauger is a remarkably talented environment artist who just wrote an in-depth breakdown for his impressive rendition of an environment from The Last of Us. We’re proud to say that Romain baked the maps for his assets using Toolbag 3’s shiny new baker. Check out the article on and find more of Romain Dauger’s work on Artstation.      

Toolbag Artist Highlight | Ep. 119

Enjoy this excellent selection of artwork rendered in Marmoset Toolbag!

Artist Credits

  1. Mike Fudge crafted an incredible Warhammer 40k inspired character entitled Blood Angel. 
  2. Christian Hercher built a towering mech with many details to admire. 
  3. Satoshi Arakawa is creating a marvelous rendition of Wonder Woman. 
  4. Chris Hodgson puts Toolbag 3’s lighting to the test with an Alien inspired render. 

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

Ultimate Hardsurface Tutorial – Turretgun

Simon Fuchs created awesomely extensive tutorial that covers his hardsurface process from initial blockout to final lighting and presentation in Marmoset Toolbag 2. The tutorial features 40 hours of material and is well worth the $44 price tag.

Check it out on Cubebrush:

Note: use discount code HS30OFF for 30% off.

Just a Tip | Panoramic Presentation

We’re back with another episode of Just a Tip, explaining how to set up a scene in Toolbag 2 to export your panoramas or 360° paintings to Marmoset Viewer.

Download the example Toolbag 2 file here:

This video was inspired by the work of Jama Jurabaev, check out some of his great 360° paintings on ArtStation, and a nifty tutorial explaining how he makes them on Gumroad.