News of the Week for July 2, 2018

gToon · July 1, 2018 9:47 pm

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NEWS OF THE WEEK for July 2, 2018

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


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Renderosity News

  • Gallery of the Week - Work in Progress Gallery. Artists in this gallery share their unfinished work with fellow artists. This gallery is awesome. The community of Renderosity artists is very supportive. Check it out!

  • July artist of the month is rikomortis. This exciting artist specializes in horror. His work is dynamic and in your face. Stay tuned for an interview and a video! Congrats to you, rikomortis.

  • June 2018 - Hivewire3D's New Release. As a special introductory sale, we're offering a 20% off sale on the LION FAMILY shown below for two full weeks. In addition, 30% off of the base products. Sales are valid now thru 11:59pm (cdt) on Wednesday, July 12th.

  • Our member of the month is kratzdistel. Each month we choose a member we believe is contributing to the Renderosity community above and beyond. Congrats, kratzdistel.


Renderosity Magazine News

  • SIGGRAPH 2018 TO DEBUT IMMERSIVE PAVILION WITH VRCADE AND VILLAGE. SIGGRAPH 2018 stands as a prime place for these emerging media and experiences to offer a glimpse into the future from innovators around the globe. Cementing its status at the cutting-edge, SIGGRAPH 2018 will feature a brand-new space: the Immersive Pavilion.

  • E-on Software releases Release 6 of VUE 2016, PlantFactory 2016. E-on software, a leading global developer of software for the creation, animation, rendering, and integration of natural 3D environments in the computer graphics, VFX, architecture, and gaming industries, today announced the immediate availability of Release 6 (R6) of its VUE and PlantFactory 2016 software.

  • Revisiting Cinema 4D Via Release 19 by Nick Charles. There have certainly been a lot of major features added into Cinema 4D since I used version 11.5, like the sculpting toolset, which I found works incredibly well. But, looking at Cinema 4D R19, as compared to the features introduced in just the previous version, R19 is nothing less than astounding




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