Summer Photorealism | Categories
This contest is for all your summer loving Blender artists out there. Share your process and let everyone follow along as you challenge yourself to create a photorealistic summer rendering.
On behalf of the sponsors and judges, The Rookies would like to congratulate the following caetgory winners.
After graduating I realized that I have many ideas to share to the world but lacking the skills and education to do it, so I started learning tools and taking online courses to help me do so to hopefully be part of the creative industry and the awesome artistic community.
United Kingdom | Southampton Solent University
Initially my main focus was on oil painting, mostly creating realistic landscapes. During a foundation degree in fine art, I started looking more seriously at CGI. I'm not sure that there was anything in particular that made me want to work in VFX, it was more of a slow process of exploring the tools and seeing the amazing work that people were making with them.
i just discovered blender at 13
Warning - This is a Blender Software Contest Only
Additional software can be used such as Substance and Zbrush, however Blender must be an integral part of your project.
The main goal of this challenge is to improve your Blender skills, have a bit of fun and to create a new project for your portfolio.
Everyone loves Summer, and everyone has fond memories of what makes this time of year special to you. We want you to share this with us and create a 3d rendering that best represents this. As the title suggests, Photorealism is going to play a big part in this challenge. Your entry could be an exotic beach location, an animal basking in the summer sun or even a melting ice-cream. The topic is completely up to you!
Requirement and Deliverables
Entrants participating in this contest need to share your process. We don’t want entrants to just upload a finished rendering. We want you to share your process. We want you to start by sharing your idea and adding updates as you go so the community can follow along.
Entrants must submit a Final 3D Rendering of their artwork. This must be 1920 pixels on the longest edge. Any aspect ratio is allowed.
To review all the official rules please visit this page:
We have a great list of judges participating in our first Blender contest. They will be asked to review all entries based on the following criteria:
- Visual Appeal
- Technical Skills