And Now the Winners of the 2009 Halloween Contest!
October 31, 2009 12:49 pm
Watch your step! There are all sorts of dangers around...
So whatever you do, DON'T GO IN THERE!
We hope you were able to avoid all the monsters and pitfalls that might have been waiting for you this Halloween! The votes are in for the 2009 Renderosity Halloween Design Contest, and now it's time to announce the winners! We had some amazing submissions again this year, and the winners will be walking away with tons of great prizes!
Click on the links below to view the winners from each contest:
Congratulations to all the winners! And a special thanks goes out to everyone who took the time to submit an entry and/or vote for the scariest submissions!
Winners will be contacted. Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Congratulations to the other winners, and to everyone who entered! Fantastic artwork from everyone! Thanks to the staff for putting it together, thanks to the sponsors for their donations, and thanks to all the viewers who took the time to vote. There were a lot of tough decisions!
Congratulations to all the winners! There were many entries that I thought represented amazing talent and creativity. Now that the contest is over it would be nice if there was some mechanism to provide feedback. One entry in particular, the one I voted for, completely blew me away but did not finish in the top five. I would love to be able to tell that person how impressed I was with his or her work.
congrats to the winners, I also think there might be a benefit to having ani and 3d seperate, was hard to tell which were anomated! and the 2d and photography (though most combine the elements) its hard for a striaght up photo to truely compete with all the effects available on the 2d. the only thing that realy gets me though is 3d renders in the 2d section, is there a reason they were not moved? I know there arent many 2d artists entering here but we do have a bit harder of a time with 3d mixed into the works... just a thought.
congratulations to the winners and I hope you make great use out of those prizes... I really liked the idea zbrush was one of the prizes... I was actually hoping to win 3rd place - lol... Well, every year I learn something from this contest... this year I learned my "comic style" ain't gonna do it... You voters out there love ugly monster faces = lol... so, I just might work all year long on an ugly monster face and post it no matter what the title for next year is, I think I'll have a better chance then = lol