How does it work?
We provide a new topic every two weeks (posted Mondays) and you can either do a digital 3D or 2D work. The one important thing you have to consider is that your work must be created with a computer (CG = Computer Graphics). No traditional art is allowed. A jury will select the three best entries for every challenge. The artworks will be presented on the website and Facebook group. Apart from everlasting fame and glory, there are great prizes to be won!
Please note: We changed the duration of a Weekly CG Challenge from 1 week to 2 weeks from now on. Read more about it here.
The jury and team behind Weekly CG Challenge.
Creator of Weekly CG Challenge | 3D Artist | Certified Blender Trainer
I’m a passionate freelance 3d artist and Blender Foundation certified trainer. I love to create 3d & 2d art and to share my knowledge with the world. I created Weekly CG Challenge to establish a place where digital artists can come together, improve their skills and support each other in a friendly atmosphere.
Freelance CG Artist
I’m a freelance CG artist with a passion for character driven 3D art and animation. I’ve been messing around with 3D graphics and animation since I was a kid, and I can’t imagine how I’d live my life without the constant need to be creative.
Cedric van der Kelen
3D Artist | Lighting and VFX Artist at Grid VFX
I’m a full time 3D artist and creative hobbyist of too many activities. I work as a lighting and vfx artist at grid vfx and run a YouTube Channel for blender tutorials and game engine creation.
3D Artist | Apprentice at Liga 01 Computerfilm Studio GmbH
For a long time 3D art has fascinated me and what started as a hobby is now my job. I work mostly on commercials for tv & web and spend a lot of my free time sculpting, modeling & texturing characters.
I’ve been following and participating in the Weekly CGC since early on and I’m very happy to join the judging team!
3D Artist at ipdd Stuttgart
I studied Industrial Design, but my life-long fascination with CGI led me to work as a modeling artist now. It is a really great pleasure for me to have joined the judging team of Weekly CG Challenge since I believe it is a great opportunity for aspiring artists to become better and, most of all, participate in an international community.
Apprentice Matte Painter at Theory Studios
I’ve always enjoyed creating images, particularly with oil paint. Recently, however, Blender has become my main tool and I decided to focus on a career in CG. Taking part in the WCGC gave me a portfolio which led to working at Theory Studios, and I’ve also started a course at university. I’m really pleased to be asked to join the judging team, as I think this challenge is a brilliant way for people of all abilities to grow rapidly and meet people from all over the world.