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My Journey into the World of Technical 3D Illustration

As a creative person with a background in graphic industrial design, I always had a fascination with 3D illustration. There's something about the way that a 3D image can bring an idea to life, making it seem tangible and real. So, when I stumbled upon the world of technical 3D illustration, I was immediately drawn in.


Technical 3D illustration is all about creating accurate and detailed images of technical objects or processes. This can range from visualizing the inner workings of a machine to showing how a medical procedure is performed.


The goal is to create a visual representation that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also informative and educational.



My journey into technical 3D illustration began with a basic understanding of 3D modeling software. I had some experience working with programs like Blender and 3ds Max, but I quickly realized that technical 3D illustration required a different set of skills. It wasn't enough to just create a 3D model; I had to understand the technical details of the object or process I was illustrating.


So, I started to do my research. I spent countless hours reading articles, watching tutorials, and studying technical diagrams. I also reached out to professionals in the field and asked for their advice.


Through my research, I learned that technical 3D illustration requires a deep understanding of not only the software but also the subject matter.

Once I had a solid understanding of the technical details, I began experimenting with different styles and techniques. I discovered that lighting and shading played a crucial role in creating realistic and accurate images. I also learned the importance of texturing, as it can add depth and dimension to an otherwise flat image.


As I continued to practice and hone my skills, I started to get a better understanding of what makes a great technical 3D illustration.




A great illustration not only accurately represents the object or process but also tells a story. It should be easy to understand and visually engaging, even to someone who is not familiar with the subject.

Today, I'm proud to say that I'm a skilled technical 3D illustrator. I've had the opportunity to work on projects ranging from medical illustrations to product visualizations and I'm constantly learning and growing in my craft. Technical 3D illustration has not only allowed me to combine my love for design and technology but also given me the opportunity to educate and inspire others through visual storytelling.


In conclusion, technical 3D illustration is a fascinating field that requires both technical expertise and artistic talent. It's a challenging yet rewarding journey that has allowed me to push the boundaries of what I thought was possible with 3D modeling software. I'm excited to see where this journey takes me next, and I'm eager to continue exploring the possibilities of technical 3D illustration.


For more information about Technical 3D Illustration or Technical 3D Visualization, you can contact me at any time via: studio@maxkulich.com

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