I skipped last week’s Top Embeds as I was super busy getting ready for 3D Printshow New York, but I’ll make it up to you with an extra-long edition 🙂
Blizzard just featured riceart’s Night elf warrior Elestria on their official Facebook pages!
World of Tanks made our servers smoke again when they featured their new T1E6 model. If you’re into WoT: keep an eye on our blog, we’re working on a contest with them!
Every day, BlenderNation posts user-contributed artwork in the site’s header. As an experiment, we worked with them to use Sketchfab graphics. Try it out!
Other cool embeds:
There were a LOT of game-related embeds this week:
- Gearbox software has started posting the spaceships from Homeworld on their blog.
- You’ll soon be able to explore the crashed Aurora spaceship in Subnautica. Take a look at a piece of wreckage now!
- Mashable reviews the new Galaxy S6 phone and illustrates it using Damian Winter’s Sketchfab model.
- The Chinese game studio The Lost Mythologies is showing game art on their production blog.
- On Behance, Karol Miklas has posted a collection of grungy automobiles game assets, and Arthur Bourdot uses a Sketchfab embed to wrap up an amazing low-poly game art study. I also really liked Boris Cargo’s low poly gas station scene – I’d love to more of that on Sketchfab!
- Kotaku honoured HongZhihao’s with a mention of his Final Fantasy scene!
- Always wanted to grow food but weren’t sure where to start? Aker is developing a flat pack, open source urban farming kits. You can preorder one on Indiegogo now.
- Jacob Ayers designed and published a printable T-Rex. He has successfully been backed on Kickstarter. Way to go!
- UberBlox is a new high-quality modular metal construction and automation system to make it easy and fast to build rigid structures and automated machines. All Kickstarter pledges above $10 will get early access to the UberBlox 3D CAD models!
- On Indiegogo as well, Lumo is a motion-reactive projector that provides endless interactive games for homes, schools & museums. A completely unique interactive toy that grows as your child grows.
- Action Me is your face on a fully articulated action figure, with more than 30 articulating joints providing unlimited possibilities. You can preorder yours on Kickstarter.
- The speed and precision of a full-sized physical keyboard is now brought to your smartphone with the Octodon. This compact, handy, and totally customizable keybords is on Kickstarter as well.
- Thanks to the Smartphone Scope Mount, you now can capture video through or next to your scope without ever touching the optics.
- Also on Kickstarter, Promagine develops high-quality GoPro mounts, with an incredible amount of range and versatility considering its modest size and weight.