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Versatile 3D model marketplace has announced a new challenge for 3D designers. This time the company seeks to find the best flora and fauna 3D models on the planet.

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"We are always focused on bringing interesting material for our clients - buyers and designers," - says Marius Kalytis, CEO of CGTrader constantly launches new challenges for 3D modeling professionals. This time there is a challenge for 3D models of plants and animals on this community-based marketplace. It is called 3D Flora & Fauna Modeling Challenge. Artists are invited to create the most amazing designs of flora and fauna worldwide.

It is one of the few computer graphics oriented challenges launched on CGTrader during the last few months. They all had been oriented on different themes - architecture, science fiction, landmarks. This time it is flora and fauna and as always, provides great prizes for the winners - they will get a pack of 3D modeling software including LightWave license from LightWave 3D Group.

“We are always focused on bringing interesting material for our clients - buyers and designers. As we can see, challenges is something that 3D artists really like. Also, it is good for us, as we can widen our 3D models collection and offer a wider variety of three dimensional material,” - says Marius Kalytis, CEO of CGTrader.

The company also constantly launches challenges for 3D printable models. The last one was meme-themed. There also were holiday-based challenges to find the best 3D printable models for Christmas and Easter.

About CGTrader:
Community-based 3D model marketplace was founded in 2011. CGTrader has been built with the vision of democratizing the 3D modeling and 3D design market. There are more than 60,000 3D models uploaded to the digital library and more than 59,000 registered users, uniting 3D modeling professionals from all around the world. It is backed by Practica Capital, a seed and venture funds based in Vilnius, Lithuania, which is financed from the Operational Programme for Economic Growth 2007-2013 under the JEREMIE initiative in Lithuania, by the European Regional Development Fund, and Intel Capital, a venture capital fund.

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