Computer gaming market is rapidly evolving and transforming, and the old practices and ideas will soon get out of date.
(PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Since the times of Ancient Rome there is a phrase “Bread and games!” - a demand for the government by local Romanians to serve the needs of the public. CGTrader.com serves the needs of the 3D designers as well, encouraging them to improve their skills, raise the level of professionalism, and compete for stunning prizes.
There is no one, who has never played a video or computer game. It is kind of a secret passion of web developers as well as 3D artists. 3D Game Model Challenge provokes to share that passion publicly by creating the craziest and unbelievably creative game-ready 3D models. As the realeses of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are just around the corner, CGTrader.com calls all the 3D community to start modeling for the next generation computer games.
“Computer gaming market is rapidly evolving and transforming, and the old practices and ideas will soon get out of date. It is important to look forward and start modeling for the next generation devices and games. Polygon counts have recently gone up drastically for game-ready characters. If 10 years ago 10,000 polygons was the limit for such model, these days 3D characters can go even beyond 50,000 polygons” says one of the sponsors, Rich Diamant, who previously was the lead artist at Blizzard and a member of the most player-focused game company Riot Games.
As new technological devices such as mobiles and tablets enter the market, the computer gaming market is growing rapidly. Global Games Investment Review predicts that in 2016 this market will be worth of $83bn. So, why not to look and move forward?
CGTrader was launched in 2011 as a community-based 3D model marketplace. The company’s vision to democratize the market has attracted investors and in early 2013 CGTrader has raised 185,000 Euro from venture capital fund Practica Capital. In August 2013, the company reached the milestone of 35,000 3D models uploaded to the digital library and more than 11,000 registered users, thereby becoming a global platform, uniting 3D designers from all around the world.