The 2017 Renderosity Holiday contest was themed is "The Night before Christmas!"
Amazing performance enhancements and the option of a light UI are among the additions in the latest versions of Affinity's award-winning professional desktop apps, available today.
Joel Dubin, Creative Director at MadMicrobe Studios, creates stunning medical animation. In this interview, he shares his passion for his work, and his use of tools such as Cinema 4D and After Effects.
The new Corel Painter 2018 offers even more to explore, with some fantastic new features and much welcomed enhancements!
The Cintiq Pro 13 is one of the latest of the Cintiq line devices developed by Wacom. Let's check it out together!
Design for Motion is an excellent text on motion design, filled with design concepts, industry perspectives, and hands on exercises.
It's been quite some time since we've seen some software move over from perpetual license to a subscription model. While I'm still not completely sold on it, I have been wondering if other opinions have changed.
A good question to ask yourself when struggling in a different type of art process than what you're used to.
Experiencing artist's block? Well, here are some fun ways to get beyond it and perhaps open up new creative areas to explore.
Animal Logic has announced the open source release of its USDMaya plugin AL_USDMaya.
Google has released Blocks, a VR app for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift that lets you easily create beautiful, 3D objects in no time. And it's free!
Have you ever wished there was a comfortable way to keep your reference images floating and organized while you are making art? Then PureRef may be exactly what you need!
In this interview, Medical Illustrator Wendy Hiller Gee talks about her love for visual storytelling, her current role as President of the AMI, as well as the upcoming AMI conference.
Staff Writer, Barbara Din, takes a look at Escape Motions' unique Flame Painter 3 software.
Learn about the fascinating field of medical illustration as Staff Writer, Nick C Sorbin, continues his series with an interview with certified medical illustrator, Peg Gerrity.
Staff Writer, Nick Charles, introduces a series exploring the extraordinary field of medical illustration.
With a fitting name and incredible advancements, the Wacom MobileStudio Pro is a dream machine for creative professionals.
The Big Book of Contemporary Illustration is a wonderful book that I consistently turn to for inspiration. It is bursting with illustrations from hundreds of artists, showcasing many unique styles.
Applying restrictions in your creative work can lead to interesting results, and can provide you with valuable new experiences.
Unafraid to push boundaries and to continuously find new ways of expression, Barbara Din has dabbled in countless mediums and has since found the love of sharing her findings on her artistic journey.
In a world where balloons are filled with the light of film, a father must find the time to pop one with his son before it loses its light forever.
With the holiday season upon us, I wanted to share one of my favorite short films for this time of year.
Corel's recently released PaintShop Pro X9 sports an abundance of new and exciting features to make it easier than ever to make your photos, and designs, look their very best.
If you don't know about Krita, you're really missing out. Krita is an exceptional, full-featured digital painting application designed for illustrators, concept artists, texture artists, and everyone in between.
Director, Seth Worley, employs a number of Red Giant tools to create an excellent pitch video for Illustrator, Joey Ellis' creative vision, the Leaky Timbers Show.
Our featured images section brings you the very best in digital art from Renderosity.com and from the wider digital arts communities and sites on the internet.
Dono, a CG freelancer from Paris, France, uses Blender 3D to create a wonderful short film tribute to Hayao Miyazaki.
Renderosity is pleased to announce the opening of their 2016 Holiday Creative Contest! Don't miss this chance to show your creativity for some fantastic prizes.
Drawing from a photo reference can be tricky. But, having solid cast models and good reference books at your disposal can be a huge help.
Entering design contests is a great way to challenge yourself and grow as an artist. But, a chance at killer prizes and cash in your pocket sure would be an added bonus, right?
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