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Name: Reinaldo Handaya
Company name: 2G Studio
Age: 32
Job: 3D artist
Country: Indonesia
Website: www.2gs.co
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3DA: How did you start working in 3D field? How much time has been passed?
RH: 3 years ago I did a small workshop regarding custom furniture for my client and that time I knew I needed 3D for doing good presentation to my customers. I started learning 3D from that time and absolutely I fall in love with this world and I decided to be full timer in this field. In this field see myself not simply working, but doing hobby and this makes me more and more in love about 3D.

Reinaldo Handaya's interview on 3darchitettura

3DA: Which are your favourite software and plugins for your daily projects?
RH: My favourite software is 3ds Max with all its plugins and, of course, Vray for rendering

Reinaldo Handaya's interview on 3darchitettura

3DA: Tell us something about a project that gave you great satisfactions.
RH: For me every project have their own challenge. I always like every project I made. Accordingly to the result I’m mostly satisfied with my interior rendering of Starbucks Coffee point, designed by Kengo Kuma

Reinaldo Handaya's interview on 3darchitettura

3DA: From where do you take inspiration for your artworks?
RH: I often get the inspiration from Architizer and Dezeen

Reinaldo Handaya's interview on 3darchitettura

3DA: What would you suggest to people that are approaching to 3D and architecture?
RH: I want to suggest that 3D field gives lots of fun. We can create lots of fortune by doing our hobby to do the 3d visualization. At first it is really hard to learn, but it comes to think of it, everything looks hard when we learn from scratch but don’t give up! Study and learn with all your heart, at the end, I can guarantee to you that the result will be very sweet.

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