News of the Week for Nov 2, 2019

gToon · November 2, 2019 12:48 pm

Tags: , CG News, digital arts, News of the Week, VFX

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

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Renderosity News

  • Gallery of the Week is the Anime/Manga Gallery. This gallery has some fabulous art related to Anime and Manga. Anime, in particular, is becoming increasingly popular in the U.S.. Be sure to catch the video which features 10 works from this cool gallery.

  • Ever Watching Eyes: The winners in the 2019 Halloween Contest. From all of us at Renderosity - we'd like to thank everyone who participated in yet another fantastically creepy and eyeball-filled Halloween Creative Contest. Please scroll down to see the chosen winners in each of this year's 5 categories. Congratulations to those who are walking away with some great prizes! Please look for an email from who will be contacting winners soon to ensure prizes are received.

  • Poser Creator Series: Pushing the limits of Poser with Giana. Poser's official marketplace Renderosity boasts a thriving community of digital artists who share their creations and skills with each other. One of the most skilled is Giana, who specializes in creating photorealistic renders with Poser. Read our short interview with Giana.

  • Winners of the Renderosity's 2019 Holiday Card contest announced. We recently asked the community to create Renderosity's 2019 Holiday Card. The contest ran from Sept. 18-Oct. 18 and the Renderosity in-office staff voted on the entries. Check out the winners here.

Renderosity Magazine News

  • Epic releases $4 million of Infinity Blade assets. A year ago, we launched a free Marketplace content initiative that brings new complimentary content to the Unreal Engine community monthly, with some assets free for a month and others free on a permanent basis. we’re celebrating this milestone with the release of five new asset packs from the award-winning Infinity Blade franchise, valued at $4 million in development investment. Along with seven previously released Infinity Blade packs, these free Infinity Blade assets are now available for use in Unreal Engine projects, for free, permanently.

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