3D Artists Will Recreate Ancient Rome in 3D

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Humster3D studio with the assistance of ZBrush, Maxwell render, Allegorithmic and other leading 3D modeling software developers has announced a new 3D competition for the best render on the theme of Ancient Rome.

You need to represent something that you associate Ancient Rome with.

Participants will need to soak up the atmosphere of Ancient Rome and create something they associate it with. It can be architecture, mythology, weapons or sculpture. No restrictions! No doubt, this theme opens a lot of space for creativity and each artist can find something interesting.

You can find the full contest terms and conditions by link below:
http://humster3d.com/ancient-rome-competition/

All submitted works will be placed in a special gallery, where 3D artists will be able to tell more about their renders and get a feedback from the community.

Competition dates: March 3rd, 2015 - May 5th, 2015. Winners are determined by the jury composed of the sponsors and Humster3D team.

Works of our future winners (there are going to be three of them), as well as interviews with them, will be published in 3DArtist magazine. They will receive also great prizes:

  • SpaceMouse Pro Wireless;
  • Licenses of ZBrush 4R7, Maxwell Render licenses, Substance Indie Pack, Quixel SUITE, TopoGun, Marmoset Toolbag 2, GrowFX;
  • Subscription to Digital-Tutors trainings;
  • Prizes from Corona render, 3Dcreative magazine and RebusFarm.

The best work performed in Maxwell render will get a special prize - Maxwell Render V3 Node Locked license.

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Humster3D studio is a leader in designing vehicles 3D models and today has the biggest collection of 3D automobiles. This is the fourth large-scale competition organized by the studio. Previous contests attracted a great number of participants from different countries: in total, more than 300 artists had sent their works. The aim of the competition is to support creativity and motivate 3D artists to create new beautiful works.

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