Weekly CG Challenge #123: "Infinity"Background artwork by Lezly Prager
Weekly CG Challenge #123 “Infinity” has ended!
Please note: Concerning the prizes, we will contact you in the next two weeks.
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 7 prizes of the list below.
The 2nd winner can choose 6 of the prizes the 1st winner does not choose, from the list below.
The 3rd winner can choose 5 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)
- 1 video training “Space VFX Elements“
- $100 rendering credits for FOX Renderfarm
- 1 steam license of Marmoset Toolbag 3
- 1 license of VR Plugin (for Maya)
- 3 months subscription for PHLEARN
- 1 license of Marmoset Hexels
- 1 Professional license of 3D Coat
- 1 freelancer license of Quixel Suite + 3 months freelancer 8K access to Megascans (120 points in total)
- 1 license of “Friendly Shade Boundle 01”
- 1 video training “Proko – Portrait Drawing Fundamentals Course“
- 1 video training “3D Stylized Character Course”
- 1 video training “The Cliff Tower Fantasy Course”
- 1 video training “Mastering Sculpting – The Ultimate Guide to Dynamic Topology Sculpting in Blender”
We say: Beautiful work by Lezly, very deserving of the first place. This render features solid color work as well as a simple but effective composition. The effects are really cool as well!
2nd place by Bo Nicolajsen
We say: This whimsical render is very relatable, and the heavily desaturated colors make it even more effective. A higher resolution render would be nice, so we can see all those details a bit better. Either way, great work!
3rd place by Lukas Wieg
We say: This image is a bit more abstract, which given the topic is very fitting! This kind of render is open to many interpretations, but we found the composition and lighting particularly interesting. There’s a lot of visual interest to this image. Perhaps somewhat less diagonal lines would be something to think about, as it can come off slightly confusing. Great work!
by Maximilian Warsinke
by Taras Hnyda