2009 Holiday Contest - Now in Voting!
December 22, 2009 11:20 am
With the leaves falling and the cold air moving in, it's time to pull out all of the holiday decorations, unpack the sweaters and get ready to eat more than a fair share of delicious holiday treats!
The 2009 Holiday Contest is looking for the best of the holidays, as presented by you! The entries are now in, and now it is time for you to vote on the best!
A Holiday to Remember!
The 2009 Renderosity Holiday Design Contest is now in voting! Vote for the best creation that encompasses the A Holiday to Remember theme! Voting starts Tuesday, December 22nd and ends January 4th, 2010. Get your vote in today!
The best submissions that follow the A Holiday to Remember theme will win prizes from some of the top companies in the industry! Entries were submitted to one of the following categories:
The absolute deadline for voting is January 4th at 11:59pm CST (Renderosity System Time) . For more information on rules, deadlines and categories, check out the contest page and get started today with the Holiday fun!
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Remember to check out the contest page for general rules, submission guidelines and other important information!
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Image credit in header: Grandpa's Cabin by Tablesaw
Would like to see 1st 2nd 3rd voting along with your 4th and 5th so that when things are added up you can use the 4th and 5th for honorable mention. Did not enter this year into the Photo/2d due to time limitations. Think it would be nice to make them two different contests. (Just a thought)
I guess it would make sense if each person got to have atleast 3 votes, but you absolutely can not vote more than once on the same entry. I don't know if renderosity has it set up where that would be possible or even consider for future contests or not. One question, would it make sense to be able to only enter one entry per contest, but be able to vote more than once but not on the same entry? I don't know if that sounds reasonable or not. It's really up to the contest managers, the sponsors and the renderosity to maybe bring it up in future discussions for a possible consideration for future contests as long as everyone agrees to it and if it sounds reasonable enough.
I think one vote is fine, because it detours others who might ask eachother to vote for their own entry as well as their own, even if they could only vote once on one entry per contest. It could easily turn into a popularity contest rather than a fair voting contest. That's just how I feel about it. So one entry per contest sounds fair and reasonable.
Nods and tends to agree 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice voting would honestly be a bit more fair to everyone I think... on the basis that... well lets say there is one clear winner that just rocks the vote and hands down everyone voted for them... except three people who only got one vote a piece cause their spouse voted for them.... is it really fair to everyone else that these folks would get runner up prizes just because one person claimed all the honest votes? Not saying this is a likely scenario... but with 3 votes to everyone, it's lots less likely that friendship voting would make that much of a dent. Anyway, my 2 cents ;P Incredible entries this year! Great work from everyone ;)
Christmas is over... New Years is over... Santa is sleeping - that means he's not watching you... If you feel like being Naughty, do it before Santa wakes up - lol... I saw some pretty cool entrees this year - would love you to named the theme for the next holiday contest on July 25th, that way you could call it "Christmas in July" contest name - maybe have a vote off on the name and theme - the whole reason? Would love to see what our animating artists can do with it if they have MORE time... I'm not into animation YET, but hopefully when I am in a couple years this contest will have it's name months ahead of time - imagine the art that could come out with more time - I know, I've mentioned it before, so, this is it... It's a great idea, I hope you go for it - one last thing I mentioned before - give the animators their own catagoy (don't mix it with the 3D stills). HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!