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Which is the best 3D character artist?

The term “character artist” is one of the most sought-after titles in the world.

But while it can be used to describe anyone with the right skills and the right tools, it’s not a job you can find at your local gaming store.

There’s no single “best” character artist.

There are many different types of artists. 

There’s a wide variety of characters to choose from.

Many of them are well-known names and are widely used, while others are relatively obscure.

Here are some of the best character artists of the day. 

1.

George Miller and George R.R. Martin, The Song of Ice and Fire (2011) The first of a trilogy that is still considered a classic, The Winds of Winter is the most successful novel in the series.

George Martin and Robert Jordan have written the epic saga with George R, Martin, and Jordan, which has sold over 1.3 million copies worldwide and spawned a billion-selling video game franchise. 

George Miller is an artist and illustrator who worked on the book and TV series of HBO’s Game of Thrones.

In addition to his work on the series, he created a character for the animated series The Simpsons: Bart the Cat. 

2.

John Howe and James Patterson, The Dark Tower (2008) John Howe is one the most prolific and respected 3D artists of our time.

The Dark Wheel was a project created by John Howe, and it’s considered to be the first 3D movie. 

He created many of the monsters in the first two movies, and his work has been used in many other movies, including Jurassic Park, Interstellar, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Lego Movie, and the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy. 

3.

Robert Crumb and Michael Stuhlbarg, The LEGO Batman Movie (2012) In The LEGO Movie, LEGO Batman’s iconic green, blue, and white suits are designed by Michael St.uhlbleg, a 3D artist with extensive experience in film, television, and video games. 

In addition to being the artist for the movie, Stuhgbarg has also been a producer for LEGO, creating the characters, vehicles, and accessories that are featured in the movie.

He also worked on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. 

4.

Scott Snyder and Cliff Chiang, Batman (2014) Bruce Wayne is the son of Batman and Selina Kyle, who became a member of the Bat-family. 

The Dark Knight Returns introduced the character of Bruce Wayne, a young orphan raised by Bruce and Martha Wayne and raised by his Uncle Ben. 

Bruce’s parents, Bruce Wayne and Martha, are both featured in several of the movies.

In the comics, Bruce’s mother, Selina, and father, Bruce, are shown to have had a romantic relationship. 

5.

Matt Furie, Batman: Year One (2010) Matt Furie created Batman for DC Comics. 

A prolific artist and writer, Furie is well known for his Batman and Robin comics, including the series Batman: The Animated Series, which ran from 2002 to 2004. 

Furie also wrote Batman: Detective Comics, a comic that introduced the Joker to the DCU. 

6.

Steve Dillon and Dave Gibbons, The Transformers: Age of Extinction (2011-2012)  The Transformers franchise was one of comic book’s biggest hits and spawned numerous films and animated series.

Matt Dillon, Steve Dillon, and Dave Girion have worked on numerous Transformers movies.

The Transformers movies, which are based on the characters created by Jim Lee, are the most critically acclaimed in the franchise’s history. 

7.

Michael Chabon and Joe Madureira, The Hobbit (2011 and 2012) While it was a success with the books The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, the films were never successful enough to earn Chabont and Madureiras their own film.

Instead, they collaborated on a short film, called The Darkest Hour, which tells the story of a young hobbit named Bilbo Baggins who was captured by orcs and held as a prisoner in the Misty Mountains by the orcs. 

8.

Dave Sim and Todd McFarlane, X-Men: First Class (2009) A long-time comic book artist and co-creator of the X-men franchise, Todd McFarlan has created a number of the characters in the X Men series.

McFarlans art was used in all three movies. 

9.

Jeff Bridges and Mike Nelson, Batman Returns (2014-2015) Jeff Bridges, who was one half of The Walking Dead comic book duo, and Mike “The Dude” Nelson, who is known for their work on NBC’s Community, were the co-writers and coauthor of the Batman Returns comic book series. 

10.

Mark Wilson and Bryan Konietzko, Batman Beyond (2013) With his