Long-time designer brings creations to Renderosity.com
Don Webster's life has been immersed in imagery, which he continued into his retirement.
Stacy, more commonly known as Kaleya in the Renderosity community and as Shadowcat Studios, is a self-proclaimed California girl.
"I enjoy creating a large variety of things but I really love character creation the most," said Renderosity vendor Amanda Hill, a.k.a., TwiztedMetal.
Self-proclaimed "Photoshop addict" Peggy creates products for her Renderosity store, P3D-Art, from her home in the Netherlands.
Lizzie Prusaczyk writes and illustrates graphic novel using 3D computer-generated art.
From her home in Canada, Maddelirium followed in her family's footsteps and became an artist.
Anton, who goes by hameleon in the Renderosity community, continues to create products because he has an unquenchable "thirst for activity."
Susan Justice, who is known as Sveva to the Renderosity community, is a consistent creator of 3D figure assets, 3D models and 2D graphics in a wide range of software options.
From his home in Croatia, Renderosity vendor Coflek-gnorg, or Dominik in real life, creates props, scenes and architectural products for a variety of genres.
To celebrate its third anniversary, Blender Market is having a weekend sale of 25% selected items! Now is the time to save on Blender-related media and plug-ins.
Since March 1999, Rena, who goes by the username renapd, has been an active member of the Renderosity community.
While CynderBlueDesign's real-life training is in fashion and textiles and most of her products are characters, that doesn't mean the Renderosity vendor isn't influenced by her education and experience.
For Renderosity vendor Vyktohria, her odyssey into computer graphics started in 1995.
Darkworld Design, known in real life as B. Lawson Hull, is the ultimate gamer.
Diane Griffith joined Renderosity during the Wild West of the Internet back in March 1999.
Like many other dedicated gamers, Deacon215's introduction to 3D design grew out of his desire to create mods for computer games.
Featured images is an ongoing column that brings you the very best in digital art.
I got to chat with Renderosity vendor Anagord about her background and love of her. She even graciously provided a freestuff item, which you can download here.
"Art has always been a huge passion for me," says Tempesta3d. "I am not exaggerating when I say that art IS my life."
When I asked Renderosity vendor/member Malaika Boyd (Kobaltkween) about how she got into art, I could visually see her through the words.
To Renderosity vendor Stuart Palmer (BlueTreeStudio), art is life. It's not just a "part of his life," it's his whole being. I love chatting with members who are very passionate about art because I love listening them describe why they fell in love and stayed in love. Just read through this wonderful interview I conducted with Stuart.
Renderosity vendor Rob Rushing (Shadownet) has a quirky and fun sense of humor even though according to him he's "by nature, more quiet and reserve and basically a loner." When I sent along questions I could tell he has a great personality through his words. I mean, I'm a writer and just reading how others answer questions, I can tell what type of person they are.
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