In 2016, I was watching an opening cutscene of a video game called Kirby Triple Deluxe. At the time, I was very impressed with the graphics and animation, and how the art style was really unique. Shortly after, the game's sequel, Kirby Planet Robobot, came out, and it's opening cutscene impressed me even more. The new take on the art style, as well as the more detailed textures and models really impressed me. It was at that time that I wanted to create graphics like those, and get into the world of 3D. As I began to learn more about creating models and texturing in Blender, I was also being introduced to photorealism and many other art styles. I started to grow attached to realism, and eventually started getting into architecture visualization.
As I was learning more about 3D modeling and Blender, I eventually created a YouTube channel dedicated to sharing my knowledge in Blender and even made some online friends along the way such as Daan Miles. As I was looking at other Blender tutorials, I had a difficult time trying to understand what was happening, or what the next step was. I even saw in the comments that other people were having a difficult time as well, so I made it that TooEazyCG would be one of the next Blender YouTube channels dedicated to beginners. While I was no professional 3D artist at the time, I at least wanted to teach others anything that I knew in the most simplest and easiest way possible.
Through the years, I learned more about 3D and even got noticed by other 3D Artists. Today, as of 2018, I teach other users how to do stuff in Blender such as modeling and creating procedural substances. As a tribute for how I first got into 3D graphics, I currently share my Kirby Blender Rig as one of my most notable works.
Name: Joshua (Autumn) Ader
Current Age: 19
My real name is Joshua Ader, but as known online as Joshua Autumn. I share my knowledge in 3D computer graphics to other people! Currently I am a freshman in college. I have been a video editor assistant, a graphic design intern and designed a logo for an outreach event, and I have filmed and edited for PBS Hawaii.