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.
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.
Like Fellini, EllerslieArt calls the shores of the Adriatic Sea and the town of Rimini in Italy her home.
Inspired by science fiction literature, Renderosity vendor Sergiy Dobrovolski's creations are out of this world.
Her heart flutters at anime and manga because of how its vibrancy and style push the limits of her imagination.
Her road to Renderosity is long and winding, but ~Wolfie~ didn't let herself get caught by speed bumps.
There is something about the emotion in American Country music that appeals to Russian designer Grigorii Davidian, who goes by the online moniker AppleJack on Renderosity.
With her hometown in Venice, Italy, inspiration literally walks past Tempesta3d's doorstep.
To take his mind off his day job, Robert Blanda, a.k.a., Cybertenko joined Renderosity in 2006.
Irish designer RedzStudio hasn't spent her whole life creating assets for 3D figures. Before she picked up her digital brush, RedzStudio worked as a medical geneticist and even she tried her hand at fiction.
Growing up in Middle America, Kimberly Kay, a.k.a, Renderosity artist ArtistKimberly, loved playing with dolls and creating art.
Self-taught artist creates highly detailed architecture, vehicles
The most important thing Shawn Backus has learned from being related to a historical figure is that history remembers 'for how people perceive us and not always for who we really are in our boring everyday.'
A native of Damascus, Syria, Renderosity vendor Muwawya ALhamadi had very few options when he graduated from high school in 2013.
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.
Noble Green II creates stunning medical animation with Nucleus Medical Media. In this interview, he shares his passion for the field of medical illustration and his love for helping others.
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.
I discovered John Teeter's work several months ago and was blown away by his energy and style. After a conversation over several weeks, we came up with a short interview and video of 12 hand-picked images from his Renderosity art gallery.
Melusina Parkin (her virtual world name) is a photographer that shoots in an unusual location: the virtual world of Second Life. Her photographs are spare and beautifully poetic. I was compelled to talk to her. This is the first of a two-part interview
Original footage documenting the creative life of Ansel Adams this 1958 documentary revealing Adams' technical approach to photography, the cameras and related gear he carried to the field, and his thoughts on the artistic horizons of photography.
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