The tech start-up champs are very pleased to now support Arnold, the 3D ray tracing rendering application, used by animators, studios and 3D artists the world over. To celebrate the addition to YellowDog’s render tool box, they are giving £200 extra credit on £1,000 subscriptions for rendering with Arnold and the other render engines YellowDog supports.
Until the end of February 2017, you can purchase the super speedy render service with a boost of an additional £200 to spend on current projects or for rendering jobs later in the year. Meaning now is a great time to cash in on faster rendering whilst keeping costs under control with fixed prices.
The offer is open to new and existing customers, with no maximum amount that can be purchased; the more customers buy; the more customers get. If you’re interested in larger subscriptions than £1,000, it’s worth giving the YellowDog team a bell (+44 (0) 330 223 249) or a ping (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ensure the absolute best value for money.
Buying online is easy; login and click ‘Add Servers’, select the render power you’d like for your own supercomputer and securely pay by card. Boom!
Gareth Williams, Founder and Managing Director at YellowDog, said:
“It’s important that we offer great support to projects of all shapes and sizes, and especially those working with smaller budgets, that still need superfast and high quality rendering. We really want animators and 3D artists alike to be able to access our rapid render service, keep costs under control and be able to deliver cracking projects on time.”
Flexible as ever, YellowDog can change the type of servers purchased on the subscription whenever their customers make a simple request. This makes sure that the customer is always in control of the time they have available on their subscription: increasing or decreasing depending on the power of server they choose.
The offer ends at midnight on Tuesday 28th February 2017 but subscription can be used at any time in 2017. To take advantage, find out more and ‘Get Started’ at YellowDog.