Creating Striking Graphics with Maya and Photoshop

Featured in the new book "Creating Striking Graphics with Maya and Photoshop" by Daniel Gray and published by Sybex.

"When it comes to blending the strength of Maya and Photoshop with the power of natural and industrial imagery, Meats Meier has definitely found the right recipe. His otherworldly images and brilliant construction cross the line between mechanical nature and nature itself. Machines become organic structures. Metal takes on life. The essence of form is reduced to wireframes?not just 3D wireframes, but actual frames of wire. When you see it, you want to believe it."

Very impressive book – Amazon link <here>

 

thanks Daniel Gray

 

Renderosity Interactive Magazine

Featured in volume 3/issue 2 of the Renderosity Interactive Magazine in an article entitled "Master in our midst".

"The
title "Maya Master" is earned by only a select few each year, and
signifies more than mastery of a CG program. Recognizing the artist’s
ability to lead and break new ground through innovation, insight, and
application of one’s skills, Maya Masters inspire and drive the
industry forward." – Sergio Rosa

<Renderosity Magazine>

 

thanks Sergio Rosa [Nemirc] and Dee-Marie

 

3d World Cover artist

"Praying
Devil" image featured on the cover of 3d World #45. This issue is a
Horror fx special and features exclusive interviews with H.R. Giger,
Stan Winston, and Phil Tippet about designing the perfect movie
monster. <Link> to 3d World Magazine.

 

thanks Jim Thacker

 

CGNetworks Feature

Featured
on CGNetworks.com. "What makes Meier’s work so interesting is the
boundaries that seem blurred between the virtual, the real, traditional
mediums and the digital form. It’s nice to think that creating art can
be made without any regard for hardware or software restrictions and
steep learning curves, but it seems though that Meats Meier has cracked
the code – which basically boils down to hard work." Read the rest of
this excellent article on the pages of CGNetworks.com

French translation at 3dvf <here>

Chinese translation at CGEden <here>

 

thanks Dan and Leo