2018 is coming to a close, and our thanks go out to all of you for making it the best year yet! Everyone here at Render Legion would like to wish you a wonderful holiday season, and whether you use 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, or ARCHICAD, we wish you many happy renderings in 2019!
We’ve wrapped up the year with the recent release of Corona Renderer for 3ds Max (Hotfix 1) – but do also watch out for daily builds as there may be a Christmas present there before 2019 begins!
We’d also like to announce that our office will be closed from December 22nd until January 1st inclusive – support will be limited during this time.
With Corona Renderer, you don’t just get the software, you also get the team behind it. Using the software will teach you about that, but how do you get to know about the team?
That question gave us a new idea, “Know Your Devs”, where we invite users to post their questions for a particular developer, starting with… Ondra Karlik!
Read Ondra’s answers!
Continue reading Know Your Devs – Ondra Karlik
New Horizons for Corona Renderer
Today marks the beginning of a new era for Render Legion and Corona Renderer. We will be doubling our development team so that we can build more great software, and do so faster and smarter.
How? After a long 13 months of perfecting our plans, we have agreed to join forces with Chaos Group, which will make a massive long-term investment in Corona Renderer, paired with a vast amount of their technological IP which will help us to push Corona Renderer and other projects even further.
We firmly believe that by making this move we do the best possible thing for you, our users, to deliver the best tools in the shortest period of time while future-proofing the company.
We are happy that we were able to find a partner who is respectable, skilled and with a proven track record of creating great software, and who shares the same vision about the future of CG software.
Continue reading New Horizons – plans for 2017 and beyond