I have not expected to win another contest — making third place once more — so soon again, or ever again. I am awestruck that my humble digital art skills can meanwhile create images that many people like. Thank you all! Fiery hugs from the blazing pits of the Abyss for all of you! (Do not worry, the fires only hurt if I wish so.)
My contest contribution (#24) is called What makes humanity disappear … and can sadly only be seen like all the other beautiful images on the Invisible Human Contest page if you have a Renderosity account.
However, as usual, I will publish my image later on, after they made their community post, on my Renderosity Gallery and my DeviantArt page.
My image “An Evening at the Monsters’ Rest” made third place in Renderosity’s Animals & Creatures contest.
As usual, I will later publish the image on my Renderosity Gallery and on my DeviantArt page; until then, you sadly need an account to see all the excellent entries of this contest.
As you know, I recently partook in three contests that Renderosity held.
Meanwhile, all the winners are announced, and I am happy to tell you that I made third place in one of them: 3D Dolls Contest.
Sadly, you need an account to see all the lovely images, but take a look and enjoy them if you happen to have one. And do not forget to look at the other two contests and their winners: My Greatest Catch Contest and Pin-Up Poster Contest.
As you probably know by now, I regularly partake in Renderosity’s contests, either in words with my stories or with colors with my 3D artworks.
I hugely enjoy competing with all those fantastic artists while honing my skills and getting better with what I do.
Recently Renderosity has held many contests that are now up for voting; the results will be announced around Valentine’s day. Continue reading “About Dolls, Pin-Ups, and My Greatest Catch”
Recently, I contributed to this year’s Renderosity Holiday Contest, like last year. The votings have already started: Dreams of Peace – Renderosity’s 2020 Holiday Contest
As the contest is anonymous, I think I am not allowed to declare which contributions are from me.
I can only tell you that I participated in the writers and the 3D art contest.
However, you need a Renderosity account to be able to see the entries and vote for them. But if you happen to have one, take a look at all the entries and vote for the ones you like the most.
Hopefully, my works will be among the ones you like most.
Well met, friends.
The last weeks were very stressful for me for various reasons.
I even forgot to inform you that I made first place in this year’s annual Halloween writers contest over at Renderosity.
Heartfelt demonic thanks to all who voted for my story. I am so joyful that so many liked my story version of this year’s theme of Costumes, Cauldrons & Concoctions.
All the winners are gathered within a Community featurette. I dare you to take a look at all the other contributions — the stories and everything else.
Personally, I hugely enjoyed reading Remedies from mikegothorp, but all the other entries are worth your time also.
And huge thanks to the staff at Renderosity and all the sponsors for staging this awesome annual contest.
I will post the story next year in English and German on my website, but until then, please check out the contest entry, Return of the Witches, at Renderosity.
A third contest was announced by Renderosity shortly after I finished my image for the ‘Anime’ one. Continue reading “Battlefield Love or Renderosity’s Human & MACHINE contest entry”
This time the theme is Human & MACHINE – do not ask me why the machines are capital, though.
Again Renderosity is holding a contest I am partaking in. This time the theme is ‘Anime,’ and as the last one for ‘Toons,’ it is only for images. Continue reading “Dark Senshi Kuro-chan is fighting in Renderosity´s Anime Contest”
I just got informed that I made third place with my story contribution “Circle of Life” in Renderosity’s annual Holiday Contest. Continue reading “3rd place in 2019 Writers Holiday Contest”