Weekly CG Challenge #109: "Surrealism"Background artwork by Rizal Rizfani
Weekly CG Challenge #109 “Surrealism” has ended!
We received 55 accepted submissions. Congrats to the three winners Rizal Rizfani, Gregory Smith and Sari Kinnunen. See the winners and all entries below.
Please note: Concerning the prizes, we will contact you in the next two weeks.
Attention: We had to change the winners, because one of the entries was an old work, we had to disqualify it!
Surrealism – What is surrealism? The answer to this question is as manifold as the artworks commonly being connected to that term. Literally it means: What lies above reality. Dreams and mysteries linger in this world, but also myths and archetypes, gods and demons of the subconscious. Show us your take on this adventurous way of understanding art and let us delve deep in the strange and bizarre realms of surrealism!
We pick three winners for each challenge. The winners will be announced a few hours after the challenge has ended. The prizes will be distributed like this:
The 1st winner can choose 6 prizes of the list below.
The 2nd winner can choose 5 of the prizes the 1st winner does not choose, from the list below.
The 3rd winner can choose 4 of the remaining prizes, from the list below.
Prizes for this challenge:
- A place in the Hall of Fame (for all winners)
- Get pinned on the Facebook wall for two weeks (for all winners)
- 500 Credits for textures.com
- 2 model packs from Chocofur
- 1 license of Cycles Material Vault
- 3 months pro subscription for Sketchfab
- 1 month unlimited rendering with RenderStreet One
- 1 video training “Movie Scene Creation in Blender 3D“ (English or German)
- $100 rendering credits for FOX Renderfarm
- 1 video training “Space VFX Elements“
- 1 freelancer license of Quixel Suite 2 + 1 freelancer 4K license of any Megascans pack
- 1 steam license of Marmoset Toolbag 3
- 1 license of PixPlant
- 1 video training “Realistic Lighting in Blender“
- 1 video training “Proko – Portrait Drawing Fundamentals Course“
- 3 months 3D Artist Magazine print subscription
- 1 license of VR Plugin (for Maya) NEW!
- 3 month subscription for PHLEARN NEW!
1st place by Rizal Rizfani
Mostly black and white renders don’t do it for us because it exhales interest from the image. but the daring composition in color and shape, along with an intriguing story that invites somebody, the image works. Nice job!
2nd place by Gregory Smith
This image jumps out in color composition and quality in detail. It’s interesting from close and far away. However, the fact that it edges more on fantasy than surrealism, and a small lack of sharpness pushed it down a bit.
by Robin Roeske