CGTrader.com Challenges 3D Designers to Create 50 Shades of Future Worlds
When it comes to realizing extraordinary ideas, our experience shows that it always starts with the same question – “what if?”. We want our designers to unleash their creative geniuses and come up with never-imagined sci-fi concepts”, said Marius Kalytis.
Vilnius, Lithuania (PRWEB) February 23, 2015
Having caused a considerable stir last year, the 3D modeling contest dedicated to triggering and exploring the themes of alternative universe, parallel planets, time travel and dystopian and utopian worlds strives to offer 3D designers an opportunity to work on imagination-powered projects that require both exceptional skill and creativity.
“When it comes to realizing extraordinary ideas, our experience shows that it always starts with the same question – “what if?”. We want our designers to unleash their creative geniuses and come up with never-imagined sci-fi concepts. It’s an opportunity to work without a brief and develop your own ideas”, said Marius Kalytis, founder and CEO of CGTrader.
The most outstanding sci-fi designs are often based on mind-bending technological inventions, so the fusion of spaceship, character, vehicle, building and gun 3D models promises to devise a complex new world of science fiction. Designers are encouraged to take an original and fresh approach to land some valuable prizes from many sponsors including Allegorithmic, 3D Artist Online, Rayvision, Clara.io, Daz3D and Nextlimit.
The challenge runs until 20th of April, 2015.
A community-backed 3D model marketplace CGTrader.com was founded in 2011 with a mission to democratize the 3D modelling and 3D design market. With more than 100 000 registered users, the company unites 3D modelling professionals from all around the world. There are more than 95 000 3D models uploaded to the digital library. CGTrader is backed by Practica Capital, a seed and venture funds based in Vilnius, Lithuania, which is financed from the Operational Programme for Economic Growth 2007-2013 under the JEREMIE initiative in Lithuania, by the European Regional Development Fund. The company has also raised funding from Intel Capital to strengthen community and its position in 3D printing market.