Remote Explorer Design Contest: the Winners
The winner of the CGMA online design Master Class with Paul Christopher is Luke Robus, a design student from Coventry University, with his ultra large research vehicle. Vojtech Stransky and Simon Jody Lazzari placed second and third and are awarded two unplanned prizes.
The contest winner is Luke Robus, a Motorcycle design student at Coventry University, who created “The Ark” – an Ultra.Large.Scientific.Exploration.Vehicle (U.L.S.E.V).
“The Ark” was selected by a jury made of Car Body Design and CGMA’s teams.
Luke managed to create an iconic and bold vehicle as well as a powerful and convincing cinematic shot.
Paul Christopher commented: “I liked the creativity applied to the design overall. When looking at the concept, one gets a sense that it was finely crafted for a definite mission purpose.”
He also underlined the strong graphic read as well as the strong draftsmanship of the artwork. All this earned Luke the contest’s prize.
Thanks to CGMA’s support, we are also happy to announce two more winners: Vojtech Stransky and Simon Jody Lazzari, who placed second and third, and will respectively receive:
- Vojtech Stransky: a $200 discount for Paul’s Master Class or, alternatively, a set of two online workshops
- Simon Jody Lazzari: a $100 discount for Paul’s Master Class or, alternatively, a set of two online workshops
In case they opt for the online workshops, they’ll be able to choose among the wide offer of products available at cgmwonline.com.
Vehicle and Mechs will begin on October 20th, 2012 and has a standard participation fee of $599. Registration for the Master Class is still open, so for additional information you can check the official page on CGMA.
Congratulations to the winner and a big thanks to CGMA for sponsoring the contest and to all participants for making it a success!