You can use software for non-profit purposes.
"Downloadable" means any file with assets that does not contain software and is offered for download on RenderStuff.com, including but not limited to ZIP archives. There can be 3D models, sets of textures, and more.
You can use downloadables for non-profit projects only, such as personal projects, free public projects, educational use, tests, non-production drafts etc.
Downloadables from RenderStuff.com are prohibited to use for commercial purposes. You cannot use them to make a profit.
You may not use any downloadable materials from here to create assets for sale. No matter what you create, whether it 3D models, videos, still images or anything else. Any use of downloadable materials from here to create free or paid assets for 3D stock's such as TurboSquid, photo stock's such as Shutterstock, or to be sold or given for free from the pages of your or any other website is prohibited.
"Free asset" means any page with assets that is offered for download here for free as well as tutorials and articles pages which are also free here.
You can use any images from free assets at your discretion for your own projects.
For example, if you like some visualization (rendered image preview) of one of the free 3d models. Then you are free to use it as 2D clipart in your work, unless you create an asset for further sale on 2D stock.
The use of images from this site in commercial projects is allowed only after personal approval from the author.
Any use of free assets imagery to create free or paid assets for 3D or 2D stock's, or to be sold or given for free from the pages of your or any other website is prohibited. See downloadables restrictions for more.
By "paid asset" means any page with assets that are not offered for download directly from here for free. It usually contains a hyperlink with a price that leads to the page of this product in the market, where you can actually buy it.
If you haven't already purchased a specific RenderStuff's 3D model, you can't use any images from its page.
If you do not need the 3D model itself, but only the image, you have two options. The first is that you still buy a 3D model and then use any appropriate image as you wish. Second, you directly request the 3D stock where this model is sold for a specific image, and 3D stock's support should help.
If you have already purchased a particular RenderStuff's 3D model, you can use any image from a page of this particular 3D model on RenderStuff for both your own and commercial projects without any restrictions.
You may not sell any content from RenderStuff.com in its pure, modified, or derived form, as a standalone product or in the composition of the collections.
You may not distribute any content from RenderStuff anywhere else. For example, you may not publish copied or rewritten versions of tutorials or articles that have already been published here on other websites in any form, and you may not publicly share RenderStuff downloadables or software elsewhere, including torrents or file sharing services.
Content on RenderStuff have always been available here since 2008, so if you want to share them with friends or readers, the best way to do this is to provide a link to corresponding RenderStuff page with the appropriate description.
If you publicly use any free content from this website, you must provide a visible do-follow hyperlink to RenderStuff.com as an author. In case the above is not technically possible, you must provide any reasonable mention of RenderStuff.com authorship.