The First Contest of the Year: A Decade of Change
June 2, 2008 11:05 am
Tags: 3D, 3D competition, 3D contest, 3D models, 3D prizes, 3DS Max, 3DSMax, anniversary, autodesk, contest, Craft Animations, Craft Director tools, decade of change, Photography, photography contest, photoshop, photoshop tutorials
This year marks the 10th anniversary
We have over $30,000 in
prizes for you to win in one of the following two categories:
Check out the contest page for general rules, submission guidelines and other important information!Be sure to visit our contest sponsors to get the tools you need to win the Grand Prize!
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Yes the size info is posted on the contest pages (under "upcoming contests"). If you click the link (the word contest page is the link) on this front page article that says "Check out the contest page for general rules, submission guidelines and other important information"
I agree-I'd rather have a non-member judgement than a group vote. From the other contests I've seen around here---too many tend to lean for the artist's popularity instead of their talent. Not my work, but I believed in a few contests that other's work should have won other than the one voted most for. For talent, concept, everything. Just my opinion.
The prizes will be listed soon with the start of the contest, coming soon.... There are some great prizes so Good Luck everyone. We have systems in place during Community voting that will help deter some of the things you all are concerned about. The contests used to always be voted by the Community and we got away from that for awhile but decided during the Holiday Contest and our new tools in place we would put it back in the hands of the Community. The contests are for the Community and they should be able to vote the winners.