1st Place Winner 3D Composition Category

Announcing Winners of Lost at Sea 3D Art Competition

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“Lost at Sea” was our first ever 3D art challenge, and we were thrilled with the quality of submissions we received from all of you! Our panel of TurboSquid and 3D industry judges had their work cut out for them, and the judging is now complete. We’re happy to show everyone the winners for the Lost at Sea 3D Art Competition!

1st place, 3D Composition

Mohamed Al-Sadany

1st Place Winner 3D Composition Category - Muhamed Al-Sadany

Mohamed’s winning entry (seen above) takes us to a colorful and creative underwater scene, where a tentacled king (or tyrant?) sits on its throne.
You can view the entire project on ArtStation and his TurboSquid collection.

1st Place Winner 3D Composition Category

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Prizes won: $1500; V-Ray for 3DS Max; 1 Year Sketchfab Pro; 18 Months PixelSquid subscription; 1 Year Substance Indie; 1 Year ArtStation Pro.

2nd place, 3D Composition

Wai Kin LAM

2nd Place Winner 3D Composition Category - Wai Kin LAM

Wai Kin put together a futuristic take on the contest theme, which the judges loved.

2nd Place Winner 3D Composition Category

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Prizes won: $1000 + Greyscalegorilla HDRI Link Suite + 1 Year PixelSquid subscription + 6 Months Substance Indie.

3rd place, 3D Composition

Robert Kertesz and Attila Marton

3rd Place Winner 3D Composition Composition - Robert Kertesz

Robert and Attila combined their forces to design this realistic viking war scene. You can take a look at their entire project on ArtStation.

3rd Place Winner 3D Composition Category

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Prizes won: $500 + 1 Year PixelSquid subscription + 3 Months Substance Indie.

1st place, Real-Time

Tobias Rohrwacher

1st Place Winner Real-Time Category - Tobias Rohrwacher

Tobias really had a good time with his hilarious character who is battling a hidden sea monster!
You can view his creative process on ArtStation and the entry in real-time on Sketchfab.

1st Place Winner Real-Time Category

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Prizes won: $1500 + Marmoset Toolbag 3 + A pano pack of their choice + 1 year Sketchfab Pro + 1 Year Substance Indie + 1 Year ArtStation Pro + 1 year Sansar Creator Subscription.

2nd place, Real-Time

Vladyslav Popovych

2nd Place Winner Real-Time Category - Vladyslav Popovych

Vladyslav built a highly detailed ship that came to life when we opened it in Unreal, where the ship was being battered during a massive storm. Check out his collection on TurboSquid.

2nd Place Winner Real-Time Category

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Prizes won: $1000 + Marmoset Toolbag 3 + Greyscalegorilla Signal 1.5 + 1 year Sketchfab Pro + 6 Months Substance Indie.

3rd place, Real-Time

Sam Kevern

3rd Place Winner Real-Time Category - Sam Kevern

Sam’s raft looks looks like it might actually be a leisurely way to travel if you were lost at sea. View the model in real-time on Sketchfab and take a look at the whole project on ArtStation.  Sam also has a collection of models on TurboSquid.

3rd Place Winner Real-Time Category

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Prizes won: $500 + Marmoset Toolbag 3 + 1 Year Sketchfab Pro + 3 Months Substance Indie.

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      Hi RogerRig,

      The entries for this contest weren’t submitted in a way that can be publicly viewed, but we hope to have a system like that set up for future contests. For now, you can find projects using the #LostAtSea3D hashtag on Twitter and Facebook. Also, any artist who wants to post a link to their project in these comments is welcome to do so. 🙂

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  2. Wonderful atmospheric, painterly renders. Great looking real-time entries.
    I’m glad to hear that there will be an easy way to view all entries for future contests here. Runtime DNA had a great setup for their contest galleries. Apparently their old website has finally been taken down, so it can’t be used as an example. I don’t Twitter or Facebook so I am glad to have the chance to be a show-off here. I went with less atmosphere and more humor.

    Here is the Dropbox link to my entry.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/qzvbzafvvfg4chb/Lost%20and%20Found%20at%20Sea.tif?dl=0

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