News of the Week for June 18, 2018

gToon · June 18, 2018 10:40 am

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NEWS OF THE WEEK for June 18, 2018

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


Splash image: Screen capture from "Colorful Liquids" video

Renderosity News

  • Gallery of the Week - PaintShop Pro Gallery. One of the original photo maniuplation applications, Paint Shop Pro still packs a lot of power. The Paint Shop Gallery, though small, has some excellent work in it. Check this gallery out.

  • outoftouch's Store Sale, New Releases & Special Offer! outoftouch's store & New Releases are up to 50% off. Starting now through 11:59 pm (cdt) Wednesday, June 20th.

  • Video gallery of Vendor of the Month, Rhiannon. We've created a video gallery of 12 of Rhiannon's works. Be sure to watch!


Renderosity Magazine News

  • Welcome to 3ds Max 2019.1. This release of 3ds Max focuses on making it easier for you to develop, manage, and exchange your ideas, whether it’s via shaders, file formats, scripts, or — most importantly — your work.

  • Art Candy: Colorful Liquids by Barbara Din. We all like to watch something mesmerizing now and then, and this time I found a mixture that's hard to resist: colorful stuff and fluid dynamics. Combine that, plus intentional editing and good music and you have these wonderful short videos.

  • How to render your model in a full 360 video in Poser by Michelle Ash. Always wondered how to get nice 360 Render without a 360 option in Poser? In this tutorial, I will be rendering the default scene & figure in Poser. Watch the video tutorial here.




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