News of the Week for Sept 4, 2017

gToon · September 4, 2017 10:15 am

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This is news of the week for September 4, 2017. Our weekly video news program covering news and select CG Industry News via our Renderosity Magazine site.

Renderosity News

  • Our Gallery of the Week is the Bryce Gallery. Originally released in 1994, Bryce has been a perennial favorite of Renderosity Artists. This excellent digital landscape/modelling application (now developed by Daz 3D) is still capable of creating some amazing digital worlds. Check out our Gallery of the Week video for 10 examples.

  • Happy Labor Day! All work and no play makes for a very empty and dull runtime. Don’t let that happen. Take some time off to save BIG this Labor Day Weekend with Renderosity!! Save 30% OFF already LOW PRICES across the marketplace with participating vendors. Fill your runtime and enjoy a relaxing weekend. From now through 11:59pm (CDT) Monday, September 4th ONLY! ALL members can save 30% off of $10 minimum purchase. Good on sales items.

  • All Members Coupon Save 30% on your next purchase(s) of $10 or more. LABORSEPT2017P30B10

  • Sixus1 Mentoring: Tutorial Series. Are you a 3D hobbyist? Perhaps a fan of 3D art interested in learning how to make your own? Do you currently create 3D content, but would like to dramatically expand your skillset? Have you asked yourself if perhaps YOU could get into this "3D art thing" and create a new sideline income for yourself or even a completely new career? The Sixus1 Mentoring Program Series is an answer to these questions and many more. With over 20 years of professional art and 3D production experience, let "Sixus1 himself", Les Garner, be your guide through the interesting, sometimes confusing, but incredibly creative, satisfying and potentially lucrative process of developing high quality work YOU can profit from in the 3D content market.

Renderosity Magazine & CG Industry News

  • Book review: The Hows and whys of level design by Sergio Rosa (nemirc). Game development is a craft that requires a combination of different disciplines, and one of those disciplines is level design, a subject that can be taken for granted because some may be inclined to think it's only a matter of placing a terrain, obstacles and enemies, and various "game elements." However, this discipline is more complicated than it sounds.

  • Review: Fotojet - Free Photo Editor, Collage Creator and Graphic Design Application by Ricky Grove. Fotojet is an application designed for users who want to create cool graphics or a photo-collage, but don't have the time (or money) to learn a pro-level application like Adobe Photoshop. And since Fotojet is a template-based application it's pretty easy to look through the templates, find something that looks great and then add your own text or photos. It's really a neat tool that is entirely free for the standard edition (with some limitations).

  • Silo: 3D Modeling Zen for Games and Animation - Version 2.5 Just Released! Silo is a focused and lightning-fast standalone 3D modeler. Its deep modeling and UV mapping toolset has made it a favorite of pros for making game assets, movie characters, and objects for 3D printing. It's a huge upgrade over the modeling tools of bloated all-in-one packages, and works hand-in-hand with industry standards like Maya, Blender, and ZBrush, and game engines like Unity and Unreal.

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