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ELEMENTAL 3: The World's Best Autodesk Art

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The Elemental series showcases the world's best digital artwork created using Autodesk software. ELEMENTAL 3 is the only art book showcasing the work of CG artists in architectural visualization and product design, and it is the first Ballistic title to dedicate half of its pages to architectural subjects.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Ballistic Publishing
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Dec 05, 2012 Parka rated it it was amazing
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ELEMENTAL 3 is created in collaboration with Autodesk to showcase digital art created from their Autodesk software.

The gallery of art featured is breathtaking. 246 images are selected from over 1800 entries, with contribution all over the world. I can only imagine the difficulty it is to pick the one top Master piece among each category.

The categories included are Architecture Exterior and Interior (Public & Residential), Architecture Reconstruction, Environ
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May 29, 2012 Maryam rated it it was amazing
any thing comes out of ballistic publishing is beautiful and inspiring.
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