Tomasz Lechocinski
Tomasz Lechocinski is a graphic designer, 3D generalist, modeler, illustrator and rigger.
Tutorials
  • Design & Illustration
    Create a Commercial Print Advertisement Using 3D SplashesDesign and illustration
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    Graphic designers often use more than one app to create their print designs. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a render of a 3D product, add splashes of milk, composite the scene together in Photoshop, and finally, turn that design into a print ad using Adobe InDesign. Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: Create Seamless Textures for Your 3D App with PhotoshopQt modo seamless patterns retina
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    In this quick tip, you'll learn how to use Illustrator and smart objects in Photoshop to create seamless geometric textures, which can then be used in Modo or virtually any other 3D software package.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Using Morph Maps to Drive Character Facial Expressions in Modo 701Modo morph maps retina3
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    Learn how Modo's powerful Morph map functionality can be used to create and drive facial expressions for your characters, in the latest tutorial from Tomasz Lechocinski.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: Create a Great Looking Glittering Flakes Material in ModoModo xmasball retina
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    In author Tomasz Lechociński's latest Modo quick tip, you'll learn how to create an awesome glittering flakes material in Modo 601 using fur. Although Christmas is a long way off, this type of procedural material is great for any decorative themed project and was originally created as an entry for Luxology's preset contest, which you can find out more about it in this thread from the Luxology forums.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: Create a Cool Looking Sugar Based Material in ModoQt modo sugar retina
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    In this quick tip, author Tomasz Lechociński will show you how to create a cool sugar based material in Modo 601 using fur. This type of procedural material is great for decorative (or Christmas) themed projects and was originally created as an entry for Luxology's preset contest, which you can find out more about in this thread from the Luxology forums.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: Create a Great Looking Glittering Stars Material in Modo using FurThumb
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    In this quick tip, new author Tomasz Lechociński will show you how to create a fantastic looking glittering star material in Modo 601 using fur. This type of procedural material is great for decorative projects and was originally created as an entry for Luxology's preset contest, which you can find out more about in this thread from the Luxology forums.Read More…