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Editorial and site information posted from the ShareCG Team

Now visitors can TOUR your Gallery

 
October 26th, 2010 by David Heller

We are working behind the scenes to integrate true social networking into ShareCG, and we’re taking it in small steps.

We now enable visitors to TOUR your Gallery.  To try this out, just navigate to a member’s  Gallery (that contains more than one item), click the ‘Gallery Tour’ link , and when the item is displayed you’ll see “< Previous Gallery Item — > Next Gallery Item” links above the displayed image.

Also, if a member’s Gallery contains more than one type of upload, for example Animation, Art, and 3D Models, if you click on one upload type and then click on any displayed item, you’ll be able to browse just that upload type.  For example,  if you sorted a member’s uploads by Animation, clicked on one of the Animation upload images you’ll then be browsing just this person’s Animations.

This is a small update, but hopefully, a useful one.

I’ll announce new functionality here as it is implemented on the site, so stay tuned, and enjoy ShareCG 🙂

It Pays to Share Program – Join Now

 
October 1st, 2010 by David Heller

We re-launched our ‘It Pays to Share” program today!

Now you’ll be monetarily rewarded each time a visitor views or downloads your creations.

Please keep in mind that quality, not quantity is the key to increased revenue.

I’d like to welcome you to this exciting program, and look forward to supporting you in your endeavors.

Just Login or Join ShareCG to learn all about ‘It Pays to Share’ and start reaping the benefits today!

Autodesk Design seeking Submissions for their 2010 Visualization Reel

 
September 15th, 2010 by David Heller

For all of you who have uploaded Architectural visualizations and videos, Autodesk, Inc. is seeking artists and designers who would like to show off their best assets by submitting to the Autodesk Design Show Reel 2010.

If you’ve recently used Autodesk software to create 3D animated content or still imagery for architecture, civil engineering or manufacturing projects, don’t miss the opportunity to have your best work seen by industry peers and potential clients around the world. Autodesk is especially interested in work created with Autodesk 3ds Max Design, Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Showcase, Autodesk Civil3D or Autodesk Maya software.

Animated content may be included in Autodesk’s Design Show Reel 2010, which will be showcased at Autodesk University from November 30 to December 2, 2010. The reel will be featured during each session and at the opening of the Mainstage presentation. High-resolution images may be included in marketing material leading up to and surrounding the show.

To obtain complete details about how to submit your work, please visit http://www.autodesk.com/exposeyourself

The deadline for video submissions is October 8, 2010.

 



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