News of the Week for May 29, 2017

gToon · May 28, 2017 11:20 pm

Tags: CG Industry, Cinema 4D, Digital Art, Maxon, News of the Week


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

splash image: WIP Lennox with updated tattos by DarwinsMishap

Renderosity News

  • Gallery of the week is the Mixed Medium Gallery. One of the oldest 3D applications, NewTek's LightWave still has a devoted following. The LightWave Gallery at Renderosity features outstanding 3D creations especially in the science fiction genre. Be sure to check out the GOW video.

  • 35% OFF Memorial Day Coupon: Valid on Sale Items. The Renderosity MarketPlace would like to thank the men and women who have bravely served our country. As a small token of our appreciation, we'd like to offer our community members a great offer to save on our vast collection of great digital content. Over the next two days, you'll have the opportunity to save 35% on your next order(s) of $10 or more. Coupon Code below valid thru 11:59pm (cdt) on Monday, May 29th. Valid on Sale Products. Coupon Code: MemorialDay17P35B10

  • Smith Micro's Clip Studio Paint Sale. Save over 50% and start creating comics and manga with the help of CLIP STUDIO PAINT! Formerly Manga Studio. CLIP STUDIO PAINT is the world's leading comic and manga creation software and delivers powerful art tools for every manga and comic artist

Renderosity Magazine News

  • Interview with Medical Illustrator, Peg Gerrity. Peg Gerrity is a Certified Medical Illustrator with over 25 years experience in the field, creating striking, accurate visuals for legal, healthcare, and pharmaceutical markets.

  • Vision Summit 2017 - VR/AR Highlight Reel. The Vision VR/AR Summit is an event for artists, engineers, programmers, designers, musicians, directors, producers, hardware manufacturers and researchers. The content and networking are focused on furthering the knowledge base of anyone developing virtual and/or augmented reality content in Unity.

  • Review: Maxon Cinema 4D Release 18. Over the years I've reviewed several versions of Maxon's Cinema 4D. This new version (Release 18) is one of my favorites: packed with new features and as solid as a rock. Read my review to find out why!

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