Renderosity Gallery of the Week - "Objects"
January 16, 2012 12:26 am
Whether your focus is Photography, 2D, 3D, or submitting written works to the Writers Gallery, there's no better inspiration than seeing what other fellow artists are doing. A place to see what you may have been missing, or to meet new favorite artists, the Renderosity Gallery of the Week should be your weekly destination for a quick peek at what's happening elsewhere in the galleries.
Between topic/software gallery selections, we highlight works by "genre" in the Gallery of the Week. This week, we take a look at the wonderful works members are posting in the "Objects" genre.
in Rhino 3D
|Life in a
|more attic clutter
in 3D Studio Max
|First coffee of the
in Cinema 4D
Be sure to also visit:
- Previous editions of the Gallery of the Week
- January 2012 Artist of the Month (2D Gallery) - DarekKocurek
- January 2012 Vendor of the Month - 3D-Age
- Renderosity MarketPlace
- Renderosity Tutorials
- Renderosity Free Stuff
**Have a tutorial, animation, demo reel, or MarketPlace product to demo and share with the community? Consider posting your clips to Renderosity's Video Center!**
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- Interview with Artist of the Month - Nikolais
- Artist of the Month for January, 2018 - NIKOLAIS
- Gallery of the Week for Nov 13, 2017 - Photography Gallery
- Gallery of the Week for Sept 4, 2017 - The Bryce Gallery
- Artist of the Month for September, 2017 - Sossy
- Gallery of the Week for August 28, 2017 - MojoWorld Gallery
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week for August 21, 2017 - Weapons Genre
- Gallery of the Week for August 14, 2017 - Work in Progress Gallery
- Review: Maxon's Cinema 4D R18
- Gallery of the Week for June 4, 2017 - Still Life Genre
I have been a Renderosity member for a little while and I have really enjoyed the things I have been seeing here but: I would like to know what it is exactly I have to do in order to participate as well. I'm not exactly sure what the Renderosity site is all about. I'm sorry that I don't understand what the site is actually for but none the less I do so enjoy looking around in here. Thank you all for displays of every kind they are awsome to see and I hope to one day join in with some of my own pics. I hope someone will be able to emlighten me to what to do next please contact me if it's allowed at firstname.lastname@example.org Have a great day all of you talented people.