And The Winners Are....
November 1, 2010 9:08 am
And Now The Results For The 2010 Halloween Contest!
We'd like to thank everyone who participated in this years event! Hopefully the Renderosity community enjoyed a safe Halloween Holiday by avoiding all the ghouls and goblins that this night seems to bring.
We had some great submissions this year and the selected winners will be walking away with tons of great prizes.
Please find the winners of the appropriate categories listed below.
Congratulations to all the winners and, once again, a special thanks to all those who took the time to either submit an entry or cast a vote of their favorite work.
Winners will be contacted and any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
We don 't want to forget and would again like to thank all of our generous contest sponsors. Make sure to visit these sponsors to get the tools you need to win the Grand Prize!
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I voted on the employee costumes and LOVED that a chart came showing who was ahead on the votes... ANY CHANCE you can hook that up to the Halloween contest in the future? I for one would like people to know that I did my art piece in the contest.. I think in the future after the contest, you could post the thumbs just like they are but put our names under them? ...and one more time I'd like to suggest that the animation gets it's own catagory - I don't know by looking at the thubs which might be animated or not. I viewed only 2 animations this year... and the one that took 5th place should of taken first - animation is so time consuming - that's my opinion, and I'm stick'n to it. any chance for a RE COUNT??? I really wanted that drawing tablet - lol
Everyone did a great job and some top notch entries but I don't think some understood exactly what an "Urban Legend" was. I saw a lot of entries that were spooky and quite good but in no way were anything close to the theme, it would have been great to see more actual legend inspired pieces. Well done though, you all did a great job!