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  1. CGTrader is now running a new 3D Challenge: Abstract Elements with a prize pool of 6000 USD in cash and additional 1500 USD in subscriptions. All you need to do is to create high quality, realistic 3D models of various shapes and forms found in nature, graphic design or thought-of by people. Not sure where to start? Create a flame, cloud or smoke. Design a top-facing 3D flower, an ornate leave or create an ornamental work like filigree. Make a decorative frame for use in a surrealistically designed composition, a water splash or a crystal. Turn a plain geometric shape into a decorative piece of art or shatter glass, creating a pattern of fractured shards. Put your imagination to work and show us how stunning and interesting 3D can be even when working on simpler objects! If you already have some models fitting the theme, you are even one step closer – just check the technical requirements for the challenge and adjust your models. There are some technical aspects such as formats accepted to keep in mind as well as some more general rules regarding presentation of model and IP rights. You can check them out in the FAQ (https://goo.gl/zJRF8B), terms and conditions section (https://goo.gl/VAiwVR) or in this blog post (https://goo.gl/5TvS1K). Just look carefully through all of them and get to work! Though technical rules are quite specific, we do also have a visual guide(https://goo.gl/4sYzjg) for you to better understand what is behind every rule (and even some tricks on where to find functions within Maya or 3ds Max). And if that is not enough still, keep in mind that our team gives feedback on every single asset (if there is something that needs to be corrected), so this challenge is also a great learning experience and a chance to get some expert comments. It is not only an opportunity to improve skills, develop creativity and put your work in front of the eyes of vast audiences of both CGTrader and Adobe Stock, but also to win great monetary prizes. Six designers, considered as the best ones in model and portfolio categories, will be awarded from 500$ to 1500$ in cash and additional subscriptions. There is still lots of time, as you can submit your models until the 5th of January, 2018. Don’t miss your chance - join the designing party! More information: https://www.cgtrader.com/challenges/3d-challenge-abstract-elements
  2. Dear CGArchitect visitors, CGTrader is announcing its new PBR Challenge for 3D designers. The only restrictions for 3D model: • Must be a real-life object (architecture, character, plant, furniture, etc.) • PBR texture From here, feel free to use your imagination... Competition is sponsored by Marmoset, 3DCoat, Quixel and Dosch Design. Deadline is May 28, 2017. For more information visit here: https://www.cgtrader.com/challenges/real-life-objects-pbr-challenge Good luck!
  3. CGTrader is back with the new challenge and this time it’s all about furniture sets. With 5 potential winners and a record number of sponsors it’s definitely worth to take your chance and expand your 3D toolkit https://www.cgtrader.com/challenges/cg-furniture-set-challenge
  4. CGTrader has just announced new VR Watercraft Challenge, containing a prize pool of $5000. More info here: https://www.cgtrader.com/challenges/vr-watercraft-challenge
  5. Hi there, So there is this event at CGTrader that's called "Fantasy Game Weapon Challenge" and I thought it may be interesting for many of you in here. It's main requirement is to make two kinds of weapons: melee and/or ranged. The best thing about it is that there are no limits as to what kind of weapon it has to be, so you can make an ancient type weapons, mage staffs, futuristic bows or, as they say themselves, a gun that shoots porcelain gnomes (no real world weapons though). Also, there are plenty of prizes, so if you are interested in it then go check it out: https://www.cgtrader.com/challenges/fantasy-game-weapon-challenge
  6. Evermotion announces start of Evermotion Challenge 2013 - Future Home Design. Submit your work! The prizes worth goes beyond 10 000 euro and you can win the best sotware and hardware for cg artist. More details here: http://www.evermotion.org/challenge2013
  7. Hi All, I am conducting research on why individuals / companies outsource to render farms. A few questions…any feedback is greatly appreciated! 1) What are the main benefits to outsourcing to a render farm? 2) What are the main challenges? Do you find this to be consistent regardless of geography? 3) How often do you outsource your rendering needs? 4) How long does an average rendering take you? 5) On average, how long does the end-to-end engagement with a render farm / service provider take? Do they ever need to redo the work? If so, how often? 6) What is often the main purpose for the rendering (i.e. communicating for marketing/business development, prototyping, internal in-process validation, etc.) 7) Would you say the majority of archiviz professionals work on a contract / freelancer basis? 8) Do you create static renders or animated renders? 9) When doing a render yourself, do you have to wait for the render to complete before you can continue working/designing? 10) At what point in your design process do you first start rendering? Many thanks in advance for your time! Ashley
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