A retired university professor, Anthony loves working with Poser to create nautical-themed scenes and images.
Check our Renderosity member Karmasong's photo.
I interviewed Renderosity vendor Antje about her artistic background. And, as a gift, she created a freestuff item, which you can download.
Check out the image "Shell Game" by Renderosity member GhostBear1890.
Check out "Morning Mist" by Renderosity member Retrodevil.
No child wants to hear that they're worthless. It's especially terrible coming from family and friends. Check out this image by Renderosity member Darklimit as well as his campaign against negative labeling of children.
Check out "Above the Rhinevalley" by Renderosity member Mermaid.
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.
Renderosity member Faemike55 shows off his image labeled, "Another of the mountain's shadow."
I interviewed Renderosity member Podcreature about her image labeled "The Arrival."
I had a talk with Renderosity member Tiggersprings about how she made her way into art. Take a second to read more about her.
It's time to get to know Renderosity member RavynGyrl.
Renderosity member Robert_Ripley visited New York for the first time and got to experience taking photos! Read about his experience.
Becoming a professional artist was the best decision I ever took. I now enjoy a sense of freedom and creative satisfaction that no other career could have given me. And I have art to thank for this beautiful change in my life.
"I cannot imagine a world without artistic expression," says Stacy Avila (kaleya). "It is something that all of us need."
"Art has always been a huge passion for me," says Tempesta3d. "I am not exaggerating when I say that art IS my life."
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.
So, our Holiday contest was a success! We had so many amazing entries and thank you for your participation. There were only 4 winners in each category, but if we could, we would have given you all prizes, but, unfortunately it doesn't work like that.
Anywho, please congratulation Writer Grand Prize Winner: Enone for her creation and read more about how she created it!
I'm so fascinated by photos. I love browsing through the Renderosity gallery and looking at a great photo. When I saw the photo titled "The Park in Winter," I asked Renderosity member Shayr to tell me a bit more.
When it comes to shoes, I am totally obsessed and it was no surprise when I saw this image labeled "Snow Heels" by Renderosity member, tetrasnake, I literally jumped for joy.
I'm obsessed with love and romance and it's no surprise that I didn't feel connected to this particular one. DarkPhoria and JestePhotography met on Renderosity in 2000 and she's not sure "if it was a matter of an image comment or if it was in chat, but that's where it began."
I have to admit that when I got to the last paragraph, I teared up and I am not an emotional person, just a hopeless romantic. Consequently, my name is Hope too! Anywho....here is where their story begins.
I'm a huge fan of sunsets and sunrises, particularly by the beach. So, when I saw this sunset in a field, I became attached and inquired to Renderosity member Hendesse about it a bit further.
Renderosity hosted a Movie Poster Contest and Renderosity member Cobra Blade (cobrablade) won in the Poser Forum! So, I decided to interview him about what his background consists of.
In the Carrara Forum, Renderosity's winner for the Movie Poster Contest was Mark Olsen (MDO2010). We decided to have a chat with him about how he found Renderosity, why he loves art and how art has altered his life.
When I asked Renderosity vendor/member Malaika Boyd (Kobaltkween) about how she got into art, I could visually see her through the words.
Not only is Renderosity vendor/member Robert Blanda (Cybertenko) an artist, he's also a writer. He communicates through both his artwork as well as his writing. He expresses himself both ways and in his homeland--Czech Republic--he has published two fiction novels.
When we hosted the Poser Caption Contest, Redphantom was chosen as the winner. So, I decided to interview her about her artist background.
While browsing in the photography section on Renderosity, I found this photo of 2 chairs. But, they didn't seem like "normal chairs." I knew there was a special meaning behind them, so I asked Renderosity member greybeard101 to explain a bit further.
In my opinion, there's a meaning behind every taken photo. I mean, there's usually a memory behind the photo and when someone asks you about it, you cannot help but describe it. When I saw Renderosity member goodoleboy's image titled "Abandoned Glove #2," there was something about it that just jumped out at me.
Art has changed Renderosity vendor Naomi King's (-dragonfly3d-) life for the good.
"I would say [art has taught me to be] more relaxed," says Naomi. "I love to slip into a world where I can make whatever I want to happen happen."
I wanted to know some more information about what led her to Renderosity, so I asked...
The feels! The feels!
An image of a father and son bonding should make you feel all warm and toasty inside. I mean, ahem, at least that's what happens to me. Please read about the background from Renderosity member DEWoodward.
I decided to browse through the Photography gallery and I came across an image titled, "The Lane." I was really partial to it, so I reached out to member iaacf to get more information about it.
For Renderosity member Brandy Everett (-BrandyE-), art is an escape. Read about how she found Renderosity, fell in love with art and some other things you may not know about her.
I love asking Renderosity members how they found out about our site. You'd be surprised at the responses I receive. This time I interviewed Renderosity member svdl. So, for your enjoyment, please read how he got started with 3D art.
Renderosity member Jennifer Rehnay (JenniferRehnay) is a writer and so you can just feel her story through her words. She starts by telling you how she heard about Renderosity and then simply goes from there. So, for your pure enjoyment, please read how the funny and witty Jennifer connects to art.
For the continuing column, the Freelance Experience, which focuses on the the individual artist who is trying to make a living with her art, M.D. McCallum looks at a the nasty problem of someone stealing your work.
Renderosity hosted A Caption Contest and Renderosity member Wonga won in the Carrara forum. The prize was to feature him, so if you haven't spoke with Wonga or don't know too much about him, get to know him today!
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