Who is Artist Extraordinaire Gabriel Concha?

Gabriel Concha lives in Santiago, Chile. He’s an Architect and 3D Designer graduated from the University of Santiago. He has great skills in graphic arts, being recognized for this throughout his entire career. Gabriel is a professor of Architectural 3D Design and Workshop at the University of Santiago.

Gabriel started working with 3D models in 1999, and though expert in many diverse CAD software packages, his favourite tool is SketchUp, which he has used consistently since 2003. He’s a specialist in modeling complex objects, bringing to each model its own personality. For FormFonts 3D models He makes vehicles, cars, trucks, boats, people, furniture, appliances, statues and much more.

When asked what his favorites models he created are he said. “Ok, uff a difficult question, let me see, I’ve made almost a thousand models so far, and I like a lot of them, but there’s three that make more ‘proud’. The Christen Eagle II, The Peterbilt 389 truck, and the Mercedes O303 Bus. Also I like the Hyundai Getz, because it was one of my first professional models, and it’s the car that I own.”

And his answer for the most challenging 3D model he’s ever made is, “The most difficult model was the Christen Eagle, I put a lot of attention on details, it took me days to finish it.”

Gabriel’s motto is ” less is more”.

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  1. Pingback: Going Places.. with Master Modeler Gabriel Concha | FormFonts 3D Models

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