Renderosity Invites You to Make Money from Your Art
September 11, 2008 10:48 am
MAKE MONEY FROM YOUR ART
Renderosity invites you to be a part of our growing MarketPlace. Thousands of artists come to the MarketPlace every day to buy the products they need to create their own quality artwork. Renderosity has made it easier for you to make more money if you create content for one of the software applications listed in below:
3DSMax ~ Cinema 4D ~ Maya ~ Lightwave ~ Vue ~ XSI ~ OBJ formats
What type of content are we wanting? Any content that helps you and other artists create top notch digital artwork. We have a varying membership, from students to industry pros, so there is a market for any type of content you can create. We've provided a list of common content that is in the MarketPlace everyday, but we always welcome new items that could be of use to any digital artist.
Models :: Textures :: Landscapes :: Brushes :: Stock Photos :: Audio FX :: Scripts :: Plugins :: Custom Software :: Much More!
Any product you upload into one of the Categories between now and the end of the year will have an automatic 60% split for the life of the product. Don't miss this special - upload today!
Setting up your store in the MarketPlace is easy. Renderosity provides you with a FREE storefront, FREE advertising and FREE industry exposure. We have industry leading tools that will help you get started selling The only thing left is to do what you love - create digital art.
Click here to get started!
Questions? Email email@example.com.
LOL, well if this isn't a sign, I don't know what is. I was thinking about becoming a vendor and selling some of my faces...I'm not too good at texturing figures, but faces and bodies are my favourite things to model. So why not! I'll get working on the pack pretty soon, then. =) Thanks for all the things you guys do.
are there any opportunities for us 'old-fashioned' artists (i.e., 2d and the like) who'd maybe be wanting to sell, say, prints, mugs, shirts and so forth? ...how 'bout writers ready to offer print-on-demand chapbooks, novels, etc.? i am just now getting to the point myself of giving the business end of art some thought; bet there are others too, who don't fit the digitoolset purveyors mold but who'd love to be a part of rr's vendor community! :) keep up the great work... michael
I started a thread about a week ago asking if there is a way members could sell prints of their art through the site. The admin there said they might do that if eough people where interested. So if you would like that, maybe check out my thread in Suggestions and let them know. :)