What are you waiting for? The Chinese 3d art craze has arrived!
Chinese 3D artists are being offered more money than ever before to create works of art for the home, according to a new report.
In a report published by the Globe and Mail, the agency that provides funding for the program says that while the number of applicants has decreased, applications from abroad have surged.
In China, which is home to over 50 percent of the world’s population, it is estimated that there are between 200 and 250 Chinese 3rd artists working in the country, with the highest concentration in Shanghai.
The report says that over the past three years, the number seeking funding for their work has increased by nearly 40 percent, while applications from overseas have doubled, rising by over 10 percent.
The agency says that the increase in applications is largely driven by the rising popularity of digital art.
The Globe and 12 other major Chinese media outlets have teamed up to create a portal where the public can upload their works for funding.
The portal has since launched and is expected to expand its reach.
The Chinese government has been very active in encouraging the creation of Chinese 3ds.
In 2015, it launched the National 3D Arts Campaign to encourage 3D printing.
Last year, the government said it would support the creation and development of Chinese art and encourage more creative and innovative work from Chinese artists.
But many artists who are not accepted for funding are discouraged by the Chinese government and are often forced to use 3D modeling software to create their works.