Giving and receiving gifts is one of the many things people look forward to during the holidays. The past few years here at Affect3D we have set up various charity drives around Christmas. This year is no different as many 3DX artists have come together to participate in our 2017 Christmas charity drive! The sales from this years charity drive will be going to Doctors without Borders and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The 2017 Christmas Charity sets includes 9 image sets totaling 151 images, with submissions from…
- Miki3DX – “Little Deer” (18 image set) No one wants to be left out in the freezing cold. Luckily for this little deer she’s greeted with open arms by no other than Santa. She shows her thanks in ways that Santa will never forget making it a very special Christmas.
- Max Smeagol – “Lucky Teddy” (35 image set) Sometimes you can’t wait until Christmas Day to open your gifts. The anticipation is too much so you run downstairs and open your present. It’s a strap-on and thoughts come flooding in. You’re all alone but you did notice that teddy…
- Cyprine – “The Bench” (30 image set) Stepping outside to get some fresh air is always a good thing. However, showing off your lady bits in public could make for an interesting turn of events. Especially when the first person you encounter shows no objection to what you’re offering.
Other 3DX artists who participated in this charity drive are Ahegao3DX, ByronSmothers3DX, Gator3D, Hun73rdk, Korothir and LivingTheDream3D.
Also included in the Charity set are 32 desktop wallpapers from Chris3DX, DoubleDirkStudios, Morfium, and VGBabes3D, and 12 mobile wallpapers from TheDude3DX.
With so many artists in this charity drive there is a little something for everyone. You will also be contributing to a great cause! To learn more about the charities take a look below. Happy holidays!
Our 2017 Charities
About St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital: Around the world, 160,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year, and 7.6 children and adults die each year from it. Donations to this charity contribute to the operation and maintenance of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the mission of which is to find cures for cancer and other catastrophic diseases affecting children through research and treatment.
About Doctors Without Borders: In 2015,Doctors Without Borders dispatched 250 million US dollars worth of emergency medical care in nearly 60 countries to people whose survival was threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe, primarily due to armed conflict, epidemics, malnutrition, exclusion from health care, or natural disasters. Donations to this charity contribute to the continuation of these programs.