Issue 4 Content Announced!

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Issue 4 Content Announced!




Front Cover by Rio
Back Cover by Craves
CD-Rom Silkscreen by -mars.

Featured Articles


Perseus and Andromeda – Creativity Unleashed by cneofotistos (Christos Neofotistos)
Bringing life to an Oasis by Freeze (Karin and Richard Winter)
Brave New Patterns by abmlober (Andreas Lober)
Every Picture Tells a Story - HobbyHopper by Cris_Palomino
Maximize Your Lighting With Vray Renderer! by id_ivan (Rivanoor)
Disrupted Fractals in Bryce by jba (Jonathan Allen)
Frog Prince by lollypop (Helmut Schaub)
The Pecking Order by jekart_2000 (John E. Kaufmann)
Sophisticated Primitives - Building Models Fast! by Kixum (Scott Franz)
Creating a Digital Artist by miketche (Michael Wilson)
Lake of Legends by moodflow (Jeff Quick)
Making the Music Box - page (Larry Page) by deemarie
What’s wrong with this Picture? by shred300 (Ozan Tuzun)
The Making of Fluid Dreams by 4thorder (Michael A. Falatine)
ZSpheres of Influence - Making Models in Zbrush 1.5 by southerngfx (Glen Southern)
Reinventing the Past by Aeneas (Erik Heyninck)
When is a Chicken Bone really a Dragon? by archetype (Eric Wadley)
Recreating Nature With WorldBuilder by BorisB (Georg Bachmann)
The Making of Intel Outside by Bleze (Marko Jakobi)
Advanced Conforming Joints for Poser Pro Pack by caleb68 (Arthur Newkirk)
Sound Design For Animation Part II: Dialog by silver (Donnie Christianson)
In Vegas by stealthman (Matthew Hansel)
Grouping a Figure in Rhino 3D for use in Poser by the3dwizard (Phillip Easton)
3D Scanning Do It Yourself, Really (Part II) by thee_immortal_one
Running A Contest - Without Running Into Trouble by Prizm Break (Jerry Composano)
Painting from Poetry - artist Jonathon Earl Bowser by vshane (Vicki Shane)
How I Created Lance's Battle by ToxicAngel (Janne Pitkänen)
Cabin Fever: An Architectural Rendering by carterhog (R. Scott Carter)
Cool Features @ Renderosity.com
Make Your Mark quotes from: gavinjohnson, Pacifier, Luthor, ziggie , Hairybiker, GonWaki, digitalheresy, RageMage, er_bear14, ICMgraphics, Valandar, Maxxstevens, TheDaedalus, jango_fett, tjames, tammymc, AristaProductionLab, Digital Bass

Bonus CD Content:


Art Gallery Images We've included an awesome selection of member images on this issue's cdrom. Check it out to see some wonderful art by: 4thorder, aapasuo, aartika, AGOR, Alekssander, archetype, Arctur, beachadonis, Bubba, calzgal, Cinema1954, Crasher, crommcruac, Curio, dragongirl, dreampaint, dzogchen, ElectricAardvark, eon, Erik0815Erik, FantasioX, gevidal, giovanino, grissle, HMG_Designs, iceblademush, ICMgraphics, jlmattson, juprez, kaciasea, kaiservr, lemonjim, litst, ljsargent, lollypop, Lynne, -mars-, McF, MichaelEaton, MikeArizma, miketche, MindVision-GDS, MRX3010, Paniolga, Pharie82, PhilEmery, pidjy, pixilator, pmermino, polartech, PunkClown, rabid_bunny, ritter, RogueElement, roobol, scifirex, sixus1, specs2, sturkwurk, Synapse, thehankster, ToxicAngel, tuttle, and YL.

This Issue’s Cover Contest Entries: Yup, it's true -- We've included issue 4's Cover Contest on the cdrom too! We've got: Rio, Craves, -mars-, archetype, MindVision-GDS, PunkClown, Greenspace, FantasioX, Curio, sixusl, pidjy, Crasher, Flaxynn, Alph, mutedbanshee, SndCastie, Qwister, ywaters, NightVoice, juprez, Cada, redinard, Hisminky, tate, vdelor, figharo, miketche, Paniola, catlin, Ondine, liewald, koncz, ElectricAardvark, gevidal, Bubba, lekssander, jrlsinger, calzgal, grissle, chambo1957, mytim, sturkwurk, MatrixG, Chia, joedee5150, Bernado, lorddrackmus, tuttle, MikeArizma, darktrance, Eternal, Darkness, Malefic, weezy136, djdj1978, YL, Wanda, Burns, jlmattson, Erick081Erik, KiDAcE, Maxx2, lollypop, GrendelPrime, MRX3010, iceblademush, beachadonis, ICMgraphics, CAMBOU, atlpup, shemosus, polyphilo, sarienya, misitegothica, Rendered2Blue, awycoff, HMG, Designs, wallis, frol66, Synapse, designerin, JorgeValdes, RayMcLester, kaciasea, Lynne, Violet71au, aartika, pixilator, 3DAllusion, hitch2, megaionstorm, MRIguy, Pharie82, dragongirl, magnet, janvanakker, Pauli, Carolyn, asunta, Gawain, lemonjim, Kismet, Queen, and 4thorder.

Free Stuff from: Bit Brush Graphics - High Rez 3D Textures, Crescent - MartiniGlass (Poser), SciFi Helmet for Vicki and Mike (Poser), Potion Bottle (Poser), Potion Bottle 2 (Poser), WineGlass (Poser), WineGlass2 (Poser), WineGlass3 (Poser), WineGlass4 (Poser), dodger - Asian Pole Arms (5Poser Props), Bardiches (5 Poser Props), Fireball Spell Effect (Poser), Scythe Sword (Poser), Wooden Torch (Poser) BlackRay Rifle (Poser), Bonfire! (Poser), Mark V Blaster (Poser), draculaz - Flying Boxes!(3DS Max), SpaceShip(3DS Max), SpaceShip Two(3DS Max), Sky Building (3DS Max), Sky Building Two (3DS Max), kurokuma - Racing PodRace (LightWave), Arachnid Warrior (LightWave), BattleDroid (LightWave), Klingon Bird of Prey (LightWave), BORG Alcove (LightWave), Osiris9 - Auckland Sky Tower (Bryce), Hover Car (Bryce), Star Gate (Bryce), Sukuna Vimana (Bryce), Sundara Vimana (Bryce), Vailixi Control Panel (Bryce), Papillonmillenium - Ready to use Interface (2D), Ready to use Interface 2 (2D), Ready to use Interface 3 (2D), Ready to use Interface 4 (2D), Ready to use Interface 5 (2D), Pefo - Pavillion (Carrara/RDS), Batisse Number 2 (Carrera/RDS), Pavillion Number 15, PhilC - Soap Bubbles! Poser), Cavalier's Hat (Poser), Gloves for Mike (Poser), P5 Halter Top Dress and Tut ( Poser5), P5 Harem Costume and Tut (Poser5), Romantic Cape (Poser), Spike - French Doors (Bryce), Small Round Table (Poser), SylvieB9 - Brick Textures (Bryce), Double Door Model (Bryce), Garden Furniture (Bryce), Small Bridge Model (Bryce), WickerBox Model (Bryce), Wood Plank Textures (Bryce), Wood Tile Textures (Bryce), x2000 - Renderosibee (Poser), zippy- Thatch Roof Texture (Poser), Old Town Kit Model (Poser), Old Town Kit 2 Model (Poser), Old Town Kit 2 Accessory Models (Poser), WWI Trench Kit PartOne (Poser), WWI Trench Kit PartTwo (Poser), POW Escape Kit ModelSet (Poser)

Demos/Software from: e-on Software - Vue d'Esprit, Cygnus Software - Fractal eXtreme, Elefont, Spiralizer, IMI 3D - 3D Art Composer

MarketPlace: Included in the cdrom you will also find highlights of some of our merchants and our exclusive Digital Fine Art Prints




While we are delighted with our growth, it hasn’t come cheap. The magazine staff invest not only long hours but pour their hearts into this at costs sometimes more than they bargain for. It is so very easy to work beyond exhaustion when you are caught up “fighting the good fight” and doing what you love—helping artists from all over the world get exposure and expertise in one fell swoop—not to mention the creation of a publication as beautiful as
this one.

To that end, I’d like to express a bittersweet farewell to those staffers who are no longer part of the team. To you, who became part of this family, and on whose shoulders rest many of the reasons for our success against calamity and the odds, goes a thank you beyond anything words can convey and wishes for success and happiness wherever life takes you. In particular goes special recognition to deemarie, who got us out of the toilet on more than one occasion in addition to being a constant source of encouragement and a good friend. This issue will see her last completed, though her efforts extend deep into the next as well. An exceptional Managing Editor, she leaves us ginormous shoes to fill and she will be missed.

In keeping with this reflective mood I find myself in, I’ve been sitting here reviewing the content we’ve provided over these four issues. I think it’s safe to say that we’ve fulfilled our initial promises—Renderosity magazine has certainly been a wonderful celebration of not only the art and talent of the members of Renderosity, but a fantastic tool for anyone wishing to learn something about computer graphics, regardless of their level of expertise. As we warned in our very first issue, we have indeed jammed content into every nook and cranny of these pages, perhaps at the expense of white space, but always with the intention of giving readers more.

Looking forward, we intend to keep doing it. Keep Celebrating. Keep Learning. Keep the fire going. It really is about the art.

-audre

Drop us an e-mail at mag@renderosity.com or stop by for a visit at the Magazine Interact! forum.



Special Thanks to:



silverVery high quality printing, design is very good, and the variety of content and articles gives everyone something to sink their teeth into. Great job gang!
BRY-NIt just keeps getting betternbetter!!! Issue 3 is mindblowing
LadyJaivenOh wow, I just ordered my subscription on the 22nd of September, and got my 1st issue on the 25th! None of that 6 to 8 weeks for delivery of 1st issue here ;) When I opened it, I was impressed at the quality of the articles and the tutorial by Picky on cloth painting is amazing.. There is so much information, not to mention pointers, included in this magazine. The bonus CD was awesome. I love this magazine! :) I look forward to my other issues ;) -- Jai :)
leedsHI Folks. Just have to tell you I am so impressed with Renderosity Magazine, issue 3. It is just exceptionally well written. I will enjoy using and rereading it. If you feel you can devote one tutorial every so often to beginners in Poser 5, I would be most grateful. Many of the tutorials seem placed toward the more skilled users, but we all have to start somewhere. Thanks for this great Magazine. Cheers Leeds




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Member Opinions:
By: a_super_hero on 12/6/02
I wish they had more Poser straight items, and less other things. Most of the stuff with Poser is how to use more expensive items with it.

By: SndCastie on 12/6/02
Sounds great can't wait to get my issue :O)

By: Grimtwist on 12/8/02
Hey -I'd buy it just for that cover alone!

By: Greybro on 12/9/02
I've enjoyed the tutorials and cd quite a bit but have found the software reviews less than objective.

By: zapper1977 on 1/27/03
does need more content, tutorials from all the software forums,ligthwave, poser,3dmax,maya,Adobe photo shop,Pantshop pro, etc,etc. great magazine but like #dworld they lots of tutorials that should be the real focus is how the people create using the software, the magazine has potential just need to put it all in writting. It could be better than the other magizines really easy just need MORE content.


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