I am making some changes in the credits when I upload renders. As it is now I list everything I use and since it's usually a lot of stuff it gets really tiring and tedious to check and list everything, so from now on I will only list all the freebies I use. I'm thinking that I'm already supporting the artists behind the products I use by buying their products, but the only way I can support artists behind freebie stuff is to credit them.
If someone wants to know about some products I use in my renders just ask in a comment and I will find it out and let you know what it is, no problem! :heart:
This is a change I really need to make for myself to make it easier to upload my stuff, I hope you understand, but as I said please ask if you want to know something and I will let you know :) .
I won against the seller, I got an answear from ebay saying that they had taken down the listing and I checked and it is gone!!!!!! (if you wonder what this is about see this journal: Bad News)
I sent in all evidence I had that it is my work and copyright (psd file with all layers, render with just one layer without the deapt of field blurr of the layers above, links to the places where I upload my renders, wip shots of my Lara model in the making,) and I also told them that I had more evidence if needed and that the seller also sells disney prints.
I'm so happy that I won, it gives me hope for the future, that if/when this happens
Beacause a thief - Majestic Prints (I would recommend looking this store up on ebay to see if he has any of your art there) on ebay has stolen one of my renders and is selling it as print on ebay , I have to make the renders I upload smaller, with less dpi and with a watermark to protect myself.
I'm very sad about this as one of the reasons why I love making renders is to show them online at their full size and quality. This takes away a lot of the joy I get from working with 3D.
I have reported this to ebay and emailed the thief but it's still for sale.
Heya, I thought it might be a cool idea to directly invite artists that are submitted their works recently in our group recently to our current video game art challenge that endures through the whole August!
The task is to draw a portrait of one of 50 game characters listed in the journal that are not often getting any portrait art, some of them are kinda difficult to draw as well. 20 artists that participate also have the chance to win one of 20 codes for games on Steam for PC including games like Earth Defense Force 4, Road Redemption or Snake Pass.