New Blog Improvements!
December 8, 2009 11:33 am
Start Up Your Own Blog Here At Renderosity!
Carve out your own little piece of Renderosity with the improved Member Blogs! For over three years, Renderosity has offered up this great tool for digital artists of all skill levels to share their knowledge and passion of CGI and digital artwork.
Now we have added some great features to the Blogs to make it a more powerful and robust tool for you to express yourself within the Renderosity community and beyond!
New options for the Blogs include:
The Member Blogs are free to all Renderosity members, so try your hand at starting a blog today. Do you like to keep a journal of works in progress? Can you offer helpful hints for creating certain models or working in certain software? Do you have opinions on the CG inudstry as a whole? Just like talking about 3D Models? Then head over to the Member Blogs and get started on your own blog now!
The Renderosity Member Blogs are subject to the same Terms of Service (TOS) as before. Have any questions? Contact the Renderosity Admins at email@example.com. We look forward to reading your blogs!
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For an artists Homepage: Under Artist Input: You should list blogs by subject and not show that actual blog until it's clicked on. I have large embedded images in my blog. The images are stored in my file locker here. Everytime someone visits my "Artists Input" I get charged bandwidth because your site insists on displaying the whole blog in the lower right corner. It looks bad and costs me extra money because you don't simply list my blog(s) with titled links. It would be nice if you changed the "Artist Input" pages to show only titled links. Also, it would also be nice if you provided a hit counter on blogs like is done in the galleries. At this time I can only count the number of hits by looking at my file locker and seeing how many times my images embedded in the blog(s) have been downloaded to a viewer. Then I'm not sure the count is because they went to my blog to read it or just caused false hits by visiting my "Artist Input" page. Thank You.. Dave :^) (davidoblad)
The thing I think lacks in the blog is it's inability to send email to people who add us or whom we add to our favourite artists or friends.. We should know by email whenever our friend or favourite artists submits a blog-post! Blogging facility is awesome at renderosity, but it needs a little attention. Thanks! yours sincerely
Well all that I can say is that I'm happy with my little Renderosity blog so far. So far my only complaint is that I don't have a lot of entries on my blog yet but I don't think that I can blame that on Renderosity.com The fact that you have made some improvements means that more improvements could be on the way and that this is not the "end all - be all" final version of how our blogs will be. But I do would like to have a counter on my blog to see the number of people who have visited it. Maybe that option will come in the near future.