Digital Art for the 21st Century: Renderosity

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HarperCollins, Aug 17, 2004 - Art - 160 pages
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Digital art is coming of age, and nowhere is this more evident than at www.renderosity.com, by far the largest online digital art community with over 200,000 members and over 100,000 digital images on display in the site’s numerous galleries.Celebrating 2D/3D graphic arts, Renderosity provides a thriving, productive environment that encourages an atmosphere of community, respect, collaboration, and growth for graphic artists of all backgrounds.

Now Audre Vysniauskas, digital artist extraordinaire and past Editor-in-Chief of Renderosity Magazine joins Hugo- World Fantasy- and Chesley- Award winning writer John Grant to present Digital Art of the 21st Century, a selection of Renderosity contributors’ finest works showcased in this lavish volume. In the 21 generously illustrated portfolios here -- 200 images in full color -- you will see a stunning variety of the very best of modern digital art. Brief technical notes accompany each image, and artists provide insightful comments as well.

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For many years the Commissioning Editor of Paper Tiger, the world's leading publisher of fantasy/science-fiction art books, John Grant is himself the author of some sixty books on science fiction, fantasy, animation, and art. He has been awarded the Hugo, the World Fantasy Award, the J. Lloyd Eaton Award, the Mythopoeic Society Scholarship Award, the Locus Award, the Chesley Award and a rare British Science Fiction Association Special Award.

Audre Vysiauskas is a prolific digital illustrator and a passionate advocate of the use of computers in creating art. Always pushing the digital envelope, she enjoys tying together varied sources in experimental art, often incorporating fractals, photographs, and other unlikely elements in her work. She remains extremely active in the digital arts community, having contributed to various digital imaging conferences, conventions, and magazines.

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