The new Stills Challenge for May 1st / August 31th 2014 is:
"The War of the Worlds, by Wells H. G. (1866-1946)"
- Part 2 (July/August)
|Without a doubt, Wells' novel has inspired a lot of artists in the past, notably Orson Welles. So, what are you going to come up with? Of course, you do not have to restrict yourselves to the novel alone. The title by itself is rich in meanings and interpretations. We leave it to you to find original ways to look at it.|
|The Challenge for Animations has been suspended due to the dearth of entries. It will be resumed if there is any renewed interest. Please Contact Us if you would like it restarted.|
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|Hopefully, you have arrived here because you are interested in 3D Computer graphics and possibly interested in rendering 3D images and animations. You are all welcome to join in and enjoy the Challenge! If you are not a member, simply register with us by clicking the 'Register' link above.|
Current STILLS Challenge
Topic : "The War of the Worlds - Part 2"
There are 18 days left until upload finishes
There are 32 days until voting finishes
Current ANIMATION Challenge
Topic : "Now there were Two"
THE UPLOAD HAS FINISHED
There is 1 days until voting finishes
See this example of what can be achieved by Mark Slone!
"Innocent Shadow" by Mark Slone
See this example of what can be achieved by Gilles Tran!
"Glasses" by Gilles Tran
For even more inspiration, visit the PoV-Ray Hall of Fame: http://hof.povray.org/index-lb.html
We want to see the best 3D stills and animations artwork that you can develop using the rendering program and tools of your choice for the given subject. Over the 'Internet' and home-computing years, there have been many advancements in computer chip technology, which has enabled us budding 3D artists to actually do what we want to do. One usage that has catapulted in popularity on home computers is the ability to make/develop a still image or animation using various 3D rendering and raytracing programs used along with associated 3D modelling and texture software.
So get yourself some free programs (see above) and give it a try!
Last but not least, this TC-RTC website is here for everyone to have fun and to enjoy the experience of creating an image or animation in 3D given the present challenge.
We all look forward to seeing yours.
Above all else, enjoy the Challenge!