Kim Schneider was born in Frankfurt am Mein, the daughter of an engineer, who took the family to Saudi Arabia for much of her childhood.
She speaks of sketching and coloring with pencils, crayons and water colors as a child, just like it was yesterday. Perhaps she was destined for art all along.
Schneider attended the University of Applied Sciences in Münster, North Thine-Westphalia where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Design and Illustration.
Over the years, Schneider has done work in the role-playing game industry applying her illustration skills for RPG games such as Engel for Feder & Schwert, Redaktion Phantastik, and the Pegasus Spiele game – Call of Cthulhu.
Her journey into 3D Digital Art begain in 2006 with Poser. She delves into otehr packages occasionally including Carrera, Bryce and Terragen.
Kim Schneider can be found at Runtime DNA under the name ARKI.
Massimo Verona, (known more commonly as Massi San at Deviant Art) is an Italion 3D Digital artist living in Amsterdam.
Although he earns a living as a waiter in one of the city’s fine restaurants his passion is in creating landscapes using Vue 10. Ho points to American painter Bob Ross as his roots for the love affair with landscapes.
With a little more than a year in the realm of digital art, Massimo has put together an extraordin-ary collection of art at his Deviant Art gallery.
His work has been honored by E-on Software winning several Picture-of-the-Day slots and a handful of Cream of the Crop images.
Mary Williams is a digital artist living and creating in Northern California. Among the picturesque landscape of the area she finds inspiration in everyday life around her.
Mary works primarily in Poser, Photoshop and Modo, but reaches deep into a software arsenal for specialized effects. She was recently honored as the RuntimeDNA Artist of the Year, 2012. Her art resume lists accolades from multiple sources including Adobe, Renderosity, DAZ 3D and others.
Her RuntimeDNA gallery boasts some of the most breathtaking characters to come out of Poser.