, the world's largest collection of royalty-free 3D assets for sale, has formed a custom 3D modeling service, allowing clients to draw from a global pool of more than 6,300 digital artists when a job is needed. The service is designed to give Turbo Squid clients another avenue for content if they cannot fulfill their needs through the Turbo Squid library of more than 80,000 3D models, meshes, textures, audio files and mo-cap data available for download.
Artists may also earn additional revenue as their time permits by registering to be a part of this service. Turbo Squid will match the requirements of the job with the most qualified artists who have expressed an interest in this service. The goal is to select an artist and provide a quote within two business days.
"We have been receiving an increasing number of requests from clients about custom modeling, from changing a model they purchased online to designing a range of characters for a game," noted Dan Lion, vp of sales and marketing. "At the same time, our vendors have expressed an interest in earning additional revenue when between projects. This service is a logical extension of Turbo Squid that benefits both parties while offering clients a unique avenue to fulfill their creative needs."
There is no cost for clients to use this service. Clients may submit a request for proposal by completing the form located at: www.turbosquid.com/HTMLClient/CustomModeling/
. Artists who have uploaded assets to Turbo Squid may register using the form located at the Website.
Founded in January 2000, Turbo Squid is dedicated to the management and distribution of digital assets and other relevant content for 3D and 2D designers and creative professionals. Turbo Squid provides a worldwide market for digital assets by enabling individual and corporate users to list, promote and sell their content to users around the world. Turbo Squid is a privately held company with financial backing from Advantage Capital Partners, The Eastman Kodak Co. and Intel Capital.