It's time to.... "fish early" and check out Renderosity member TomDart's image!
Please congratulate Photography Grand Prize Winner: VJerney for her creation and read more about how she created it!
When looking for eye-catching and intriguing images, I found this one labeled "Bikes." It seems like an ordinary photo of 3 bikes, but I knew it symbolized more than that. My first thought was a family affair. A family spending time with each other and wanting to be adventurous. But, before I made any assumptions, I decided to ask Renderosity member Prutzworks the true meaning behind this image.
I'm partial to the woods, trees and rather all things nature. I love sunsets and sunrises, falling leaves and beautiful flowers. And, even though the image labeled "Refuge" is nothing more than trees and the woods, I loved the image and wanted to know more. So, guess what I did? Well, I contacted Renderosity member calico_jester and asked him to provide some more details about it!
I have to say--out of all the holidays, Christmas is certainly my favorite. Honestly, it has nothing to with receiving presents; it's more so the feeling I get around this time. As soon as Christmas music starts playing on the radio, I'm the first to tune to the station!
So, when I saw the photo labeled "Across the street," it caught my eye because it was brightly-colored and absolutely beautiful! I decided to chat with Renderosity member photosynthesis to find out the background on this amazing photo!
I am a dog person, so when I saw the photo labeled "Chuck's Day Off," I knew I had to find out more about this adorable pooch. So, I asked Renderosity member webmaster421 to provide me with some background on the image.
This photo "The Back Roads" from Renderosity member xxnate_dawgxx_02 is absolutely breath-taking! I couldn't help but want to learn more about it!
Dark and deep--that's what I thought of when I saw Renderosity member anahata.c's image "Deep Night." When you view this photo, you feel as if you're standing right next to him on the street. But, before I started make assumptions about what I thought the meaning behind it was, I reached out and asked for further explanation.
I've always wondered how people get their start as an artist. Are you born with artist genes or do you develop them over time? Most people have said from an early age, they've always loved making art. But, I wondered how exactly they started.
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