News of the Week for July 10, 2017

gToon · July 9, 2017 10:21 pm

Tags: CG Industry, Computer Graphics, News of the Week, Renderosity, Renderosity Magazine

NEWS OF THE WEEK FOR July 10, 2017

Our weekly video news program covers and hand-picked CG Industry news via our Renderosity Magazine website.

splash image: Solemn Ride Home by Tykey

Renderosity News

  • Vendor of the Month for July is lilflame. This talented and skilled vendor joined Renderosity in 2003 and has since become one of the sites top sellers. Be sure to read the upcoming interview with lilflame and, of course, visit her Renderosity store to see some of her wonderful creations.

  • Gallery of the week is the PaintShop Pro Gallery Corel has been developing PaintShop pro into a remarkable art program. Created in 1990, Corel's PaintShop Pro X9 (it's current version) is still a very popular application with Renderosity artists. Check out the video which features 11 examples of what talented Renderosity artists can do with PaintShop Pro.

Renderosity Magazine News

  • Build location-based games with Unity's WRLD SDK. WRLD provides a fully textured 3D environment using a real-world global coordinate system so it's ready to use instantly - no need to build a 3D environment or import any additional GIS data. Create custom styles and use the Unity tool to select the data layers you want - roads, buildings, trees, labels, etc.

  • Product Review: WorkFlowy by staff writer Barbara Din. "WorkFlowy is like a notebook for lists. It's a tool that looks a lot like a blank page, and you make bullet lists. Nothing much to it. But then, you start using it and realize that with all its simplicity, you get just the right features to let you work without it getting in the way." Be sure to read Barbara's excellent review at Renderosity Magazine.

  • Longtime 3D modeler Ralf Sesseler died in June. As Dimension3D, Ralf created and shared his work with the community via Renderosity and his packed personal website. Read a short remembrance with him and watch a video which features selections from his work. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.

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