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  1. Hello Everyone, I started doing some archviz jobs this past year, even though my background is in sculpture, and I originally thought I would be using V-Ray for Sketchup, so I went ahead and bought a license for it. However, I've since found that using Blender and the Cycles render engine is easier for me. So, that said, I'm selling my V-Ray v2.0 license and dongle. If you're interested, I'll post the link to my ebay post where I'm selling it. I'm pricing it to sell. Cheers! http://www.ebay.com/itm/V-ray-v2-0-for-Sketchup-license-and-dongle-/252857977676?hash=item3adf828b4c:g:0GQAAOSwls5Y7OqT
  2. Hello. My name is Stas, and at this time I work in the architectural studio as a visualizer. In my free time I sometimes make models of furniture and other objects. I would like to try to sell my models at turbosquid or other services. In this topic I would like to consult with you and ask you what models for architectural visualization are maximum demand. I do not want to lose time in vain and would therefore like to ask you what in your opinion now sells better, what would you be willing to buy, what models would be helpful for you, and in general how do you think is it really possible to earn some money that way? For example, I planned to model such necessary objects for architectural visualization as hi-end furniture sets made in one style, vegetation models (grass, bushes, trees), sets of books to fill shelves, stones and other objects. You can see examples of my models in my portfolio: https://www.behance.net/gallery/8961429/3d-foliage-models-grass https://www.behance.net/gallery/3568451/Furniture-and-objects P.S. Whether there are other ways of selling models except of royalty free stock sale services?
  3. As some of you might have heard already there was lately a lot of fuss in the industry among people selling their wares on Turbosquid (that's a site where people buy your models/textures for a certain commission). Turbosquid decided that they will be lowering their rate for the artists selling their products from 50% to 40%. They are also implementing something called the SquidGuild, sort of an elite club for artists that will be selling exclusively on Turbosquid for a 60% cut. The reaction wasn't hard to predict, couple of people removed there products from Turbosquid and moved to different sites, some even calling for an open boycott of the site. In the mean time a new forum was created for anyone interested in selling CG related products - 3D Stock Talk http://www.3dstocktalk.org where people can find some tips about where to buy and sell 3d models, how to deal with this rate cut and many other related issues.
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