“Most Legendary Car” Render Competition

“Most Legendary Car” Render Competition

Humster3D has launched a rendering contest asking participants to submit a their own legendary car. The winners will receive software and CG-related prizes, and the submission deadline is December 1, 2014.

The challenge tasks 3D artists and designers to model and render their “personal” legendary car, and explain why that vehicle is important to them.

“We expect to see family stories, children’s dreams or detailed reconstructions of historical events. After all, an automobile becomes legendary when there is a story connected with it: your favorite book or movie character had it […]”

The works are accepted until December 1, 2014, and the results will be published in the Humster3D blog the following week.

The works will be judged by a jury that will include the contest sponsors and the Humster3D team.

The challenge is supported by Maxwell Render, KeyShot, Marmoset Toolbag 2, Allegorithmic, TopoGun, 3DArtist magazine, 3DCreative magazine, Quxel, CgSociety, Rebusfarm and Maground.

For more information visit the competition page at Humster3D.


The winner will receive:

  • License of KeyShot render;
  • Maxwell Render Suite V3 Node Locked license;
  • Full license of Marmoset Toolbag 2;
  • Allegorithmic Substance Indie Pack;
  • License of TopoGun;
  • Work and Interview will be published in 3DArtist magazine;
  • Quxel SUITE licenses;
  • 12 month subscriptions to 3dcreative;
  • 3ds Max Projects book;
  • Standard book of winner’s choice from Ballistic Publishing;
  • 500 RenderPoints for RebusFarm;
  • CGSociety Connect Membership;
  • 3 X CGTraining On Demand;
  • Any 2 images sets (MAG) for portfolio usage from Maground.

The 2nd and 3rd winners will also receive similar prizes.

Contest Brief

Your legendary car may run on electricity, it also may be a part of some important historical events. The only restriction here: it should be YOUR legendary car, you personal legend. In your childhood you had posters with this automobile on the walls; your grandpa or your favorite hero had it.

This automobile might be fictional, but it should be steeped in your personal story. And this story has to be told in the description of your work.

You should explain why this vehicle is legendary for you. The automobile might be symbolic and well-known, taken from a history textbook or from comics. The main thing – it should important to you.

(Source: Humster3D)

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