New Graphic Logo Launched on Renderosity!
September 16, 2009 10:04 am
Renderosity has a fresh new look!
Every two years Renderosity holds a Graphic Logo Design Contest to allow you, the members, to help shape the graphic logo that we display all over the site! This year's winner was Tablesaw, and his winning entry is now part of the Renderosity look! Not familiar with Tablesaw or his work? Here are a few words on this great artist from the man himself:
I'm an artist living in Toronto,Canada and like a lot of you I enjoy computers and what we can now do with them creatively. My work is at times a bit strange and somewhat dark but I also have a light hearted fantasy side to my art. At any rate I hope you get something out of it and if not well there are many more talented people here at Renderosity. Feel free to comment on any image that moves you, whether it puts a happy glow to your face or curls your toes in disgust...I enjoy reading them all.
You will notice a change in the graphic logo throughout the site, including in the main website header, certain newsletter broadcasts, forums and other areas that incorporate the Renderosity Graphic Logo.
Congratulations again goes to Renderosity member
Tablesaw. Since winning the contest, Tablesaw
has gone on to offer his unique 3D creations to other digital
artists as a MarketPlace Vendor. Check out some of the awesome
models he has created:
Questions? Please email email@example.com. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the 2009 Graphic Logo Design Contest, and we look forward to another creative two years!
this was a design that first came to me and thought is was too simple, but simple works. I don't remember the "Y" designed that way or the half circle edge up top - which seems funny to me because it looks off on the ends, it looks more hand drawn than a perfect quarter circle. I notice you had the design on the front page hours ago and then put the old one back up at half the size.... I really like the old one, do you half discounted hats and shirts on the old design?