News of the Week for March 26, 2018

gToon · March 25, 2018 10:47 pm

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NEWS OF THE WEEK FOR March 26, 2018

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


splash image: Portrait Kasia by Jcalimero

Renderosity News

  • Gallery of the Week: 2D Gallery. An amazing gallery filled with over 80,000 images. We coved this gallery in February, but it's so huge and varied, we've come back to this gallery for more outstanding 2D art!

  • March 2018 _ Smith_Micro Poser 11 Sale! -EXTENDED. We here at Renderosity are proud of our affiliation with the long line of Poser products and are excited to bring you a great sales opportunity on the latest software releases from Smith Micro. Click Here to visit Smith Micro's Renderosity Store

  • March 2018 - Special NEW Releases by pamawo! Showcasing on introductory sale for 72 hours, selective products of our most popular vendors! NEW Releases by pamawo "Old Wild West Buildings", "Western Peddling Cart" plus BUNDLE of huge savings!" "Old Wild West Buildings", "Western Peddling Cart" plus BUNDLE will be at 40% off starting now through 11:59 pm (cdt) Monday, March 26th.

  • Vote for the April Artist of the Month! 3 artists have been nominated. Be sure to view their individual galleries and vote for ONE! Voting finishes on March 30th.


Renderosity Magazine News

  • Autodesk 3ds Max 2019 Announced!. Autodesk announced that they will release 3ds Max 2019 on March 22, 2018 and they've unveiled The “What’s New?” section for 3DS Max 2019 with several new features. More detail can be found here and we'll update more so stay in touch!
  • Evolution of the computer from the dark ages of the '70s. M.D. McCallum pens another great essay on the evolution of the computer and his own devlopment and growth as a computer geek.
  • 12 Weeks with Unity. Ricky Grove (gtoon) starts another series of articles this time focusing on the extremely popular Unity game engine. This is the first of a 12-week series.




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