The Carrara Challenge V: Movie Night --Winners Announced!--

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  • Miss BMiss B Posts: 3,071
    edited December 1969

    I can't believe I hadn't noticed this contest before.

    Anyway, here are my 3 picks:
    Entry #1 - Forbidden Donuts by Stezza
    Entry #6 - Movie Night With Secret Neighbours by Antara
    Entry #9 - Dragon V Cyclops by stu sutcliffe

    And two Honorable Mentions:
    Entry #7 - Waiting by ncamp
    Entry #3 - 3D Cinema: It's almost like being there! - Simply because I'm a huge Avatar fan. :coolsmirk:

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 2013

    Thanks for voting!

    We do them every month. The winner gets the honor of hosting the next challenge. ;-)

    Post edited by evilproducer on
  • ZelrothZelroth Posts: 909
    edited December 1969

    Sorry, I am not that familiar with Carrara, tho I want to learn it. Wonderful entries everyone.

    Entry #: 10
    Entry Title: Holocene Park
    Artist Name: Evilproducer


    Entry #: 1
    Entry Title: Forbidden Donuts
    Artist Name: Stezza

    Entry 9
    Entry Title: Dragon V Cyclops
    Artist Name:Stu Sutcliffe

  • Gusf1Gusf1 Posts: 252
    edited December 1969

    Here are my votes, #1, #6, #7.

  • FirstBastionFirstBastion Posts: 6,164
    edited December 2013

    A Great bunch of images in this thread.

    shortlist:


    Entry 9
    Entry Title: Dragon V Cyclops
    Artist Name:Stu Sutcliffe

    Entry #: 1
    Entry Title: Forbidden Donuts
    Artist Name: Stezza

    Entry #: 6
    Entry Title: “Movie Night With Secret Neighbours”
    Artist Name: Antara

    Post edited by FirstBastion on
  • VarselVarsel Posts: 574
    edited December 1969

    Just had to throw in my votes before evilproducer woke up.
    Hopefully it's not to late.

    I'm sorry that I didn't have time to participate this time, but Real Life caught up with me, and made my life ... busy.

    So in no special order, 1 vote for each....

    Entry #: 3
    Entry Title: “3D Cinema: It’s almost like being there!”.
    Artist Name: PhilW

    Entry #: 6
    Entry Title: “Movie Night With Secret Neighbours”
    Artist Name: Antara

    Entry #: 8
    Entry Title: Eye of the Tiger
    Artist Name: Evilproducer

  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Entry 9
    Entry Title: Dragon V Cyclops
    Artist Name:Stu Sutcliffe

    Entry #: 11
    Entry Title: “The Creature from The Dirty Bathroom.”
    Artist Name: headwax

    Entry #: 1
    Entry Title: Forbidden Donuts
    Artist Name: Stezza

  • scorpioscorpio Posts: 8,024
    edited December 1969

    Entry # 6

    Entry # 9

    Entry #1

  • IlenaIlena Posts: 264
    edited December 1969

    Throwing in the votes

    Entry #: 6
    Entry Title: “Movie Night With Secret Neighbours”
    Artist Name: Antara

    Entry #: 1
    Entry Title: Forbidden Donuts
    Artist Name: Stezza

    Entry #: 8
    Entry Title: Eye of the Tiger
    Artist Name: Evilproducer

  • TotteTotte Posts: 12,722
    edited December 1969

    My votes...

    Entry #1
    Entry #8
    Entry #9

    And I had plans to enter but a warp-storm ate my available time ;-) Hopefully next time.

  • IndigoJansonIndigoJanson Posts: 1,100
    edited December 1969

    Only just found out about it. If it's not too late for my votes to count:
    #3 3D Cinema: It’s almost like being there!
    #7 Waiting
    #11 The Creature from The Dirty Bathroom.

  • Jay_NOLAJay_NOLA Posts: 1,145
    edited December 1969

    It was tough to narrow it down to just 3. I hope I got this posted in time.

    Entry #: 1 Forbidden Donuts

    Really liked that so much was modeled and love the lighting and use of glows. I've modeled Robby in Bryce so I know how time consuming it can be to make a good model of him with a 3D program.

    Entry #:9 Dragon V Cyclops
    A very nice scene with great modeling. The modeling in it is why it gets my vote.

    Again I'm a little biased since I did get to meet Ray Harryhausen and have lunch / tea with him at a sci fi convention I volunteer at as a kid, plus TCM showed a Sinbad movie recently.

    Entry #: 10 Holocene Park

    I like how this looks and loved all the WIP images and posts that showed how the scene was done.

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Sorry I didn't get up to officially close the thread at 11:59 PM Mountain Time. I can only count those votes received prior to the cut-off as determined by the time stamp on the forum post.

    I'm sorry if you voted and I couldn't count your votes! There is a plus side, in that we've been having these challenges every month for the past five months, so please consider entering or voting in them! Believe me, it's very much appreciated.

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 2013

    And the winners are- Can I have a drum roll please?

    ... And the winners are...

    1st Place: Stu Suttcliffe for Dragon and Cyclop, with 14 votes!

    2nd Place: Stezza for Forbidden Donuts, with 11 votes!

    3rd Place: Antara for Movie Night with Secret Neighbors, with 10 votes!

    Honorable Mention: ncamp for Waiting.

    I'll let DAZ know about the results.

    I will update this post when I know the Honorable Mention.

    I wish to thank everybody that took the time away from their busy schedules to submit a wonderful entry, and for taking the time to share their workflow, knowledge, and suggestions in the WIP thread.

    I also wish to thank all those that voted. Even if you didn't get the votes in before the cut-off, the feedback is still important! Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedules to make some tough decisions!

    Post edited by evilproducer on
  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    The voting was very close!

    Here is the final tally in order of votes:

    #9) 14 Votes.

    #1) 11 Votes.

    #6) 10 Votes.

    #10) 9 Votes.

    #11) 9 Votes.

    #7) 8 Votes.

    #8) 3 Votes.

    #3) 2 Votes.

    #5) 2 Votes.

    #2) 0 Votes.

    Honorable Mention suggestions were:

    #3) 2 votes

    #5) 2 Votes

    #7) 1 Vote

    #9) 1 Vote.

  • stu sutcliffestu sutcliffe Posts: 274
    edited December 2013

    Holy moly! I won something....the first thing since that under 13 athletics badge ! Ta for the votes you kind people. As there was a good spread of votes , I think we all won!

    And of course thanks to EP for organising it.

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Thanks for entering Stu! It was a treat to get an idea of how you accomplish those amazing renders!

    I want to thank everybody that entered! I know I learned something from every WIP I read.

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Say, head wax, I had a question about some of the mechanics involved with closing this challenge out, but your PM in-box is full. :wow:

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Ah yes! Stu gets to decide the theme for this next challenge! Dahdahdummmmmmmm! :ahhh:

  • ncampncamp Posts: 345
    edited December 1969

    Whoo-hooo, I got Honorable Mention. Thanks Ringo!

    Congratulations to all the winners. Great work by everyone.

    ncamp

  • DartanbeckDartanbeck Posts: 18,432
    edited December 1969

    Congrats to all... Bravo!
    Lucky! You guys get to win stuff from Ringo's store!
    Thanks for sponsoring, Ringo buddy!

  • ringo monfortringo monfort Posts: 945
    edited December 1969

    Congratulations to all the winners!!!!
    These projects are very informative and they are lots of fun!
    We have a very talented community.

    I hope we can do this again.

    Best Regards everyone!

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,003
    edited December 1969

    Well deserved! Great job Stu, Stezza, Antara, and ncamp.

    Everyone else did a great job, but we can only have so many winners. Speaking of which, need to express appreciation to Daz, Ringomontfort, and the other PAs who have sponsored the monthly contests (and Headwax who I think was the original energy behind these).

    Stu, you get to pick the setup for the next contest. If you look through last month's contest threads, I think there was a group of posts that included ideas for themes, rules, requirements, etc. You are encouraged to use your own judgment as winner in deciding such things, but you might want to look at some of those ideas if you haven't given it much thought.

  • stu sutcliffestu sutcliffe Posts: 274
    edited December 1969

    Gulp! Set up the next challenge? Not sure I would know where to start...apart from not having so many rules!

  • ringo monfortringo monfort Posts: 945
    edited December 1969

    Gulp! Set up the next challenge? Not sure I would know where to start...apart from not having so many rules!

    Make it a lean, mean fighting machine. :)

  • PhilWPhilW Posts: 5,125
    edited December 1969

    Very well done to all the winners, well deserved! And well done EP for running a very smooth and engaging challenge. I will look forward to what you come up with next, Stu. There's lots of people around who can help if it seems a little daunting.

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,155
    edited December 1969

    Say, head wax, I had a question about some of the mechanics involved with closing this challenge out, but your PM in-box is full. :wow:

    EP.. I sent you a PM the other day.. did you get it?

    Congrats on your hosting of the challenge .. job well done

    Congrats to the winners and place getters and to all who participated.. great works.. Look forward to the next challenge by Stu ( maybe an ashes challenge ;-) )

    Hope that more people enter now that the word is spreading.

    Thanks to the sponsors for their generosity though some bugs need to be worked out on delivering the prizes.

    Great work everyone and thanks to those that voted for my image.. time for a donut and coffee for morning tea :-)

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Stezza said:
    Say, head wax, I had a question about some of the mechanics involved with closing this challenge out, but your PM in-box is full. :wow:

    EP.. I sent you a PM the other day.. did you get it?

    Congrats on your hosting of the challenge .. job well done

    Congrats to the winners and place getters and to all who participated.. great works.. Look forward to the next challenge by Stu ( maybe an ashes challenge ;-) )

    Hope that more people enter now that the word is spreading.

    Thanks to the sponsors for their generosity though some bugs need to be worked out on delivering the prizes.

    Great work everyone and thanks to those that voted for my image.. time for a donut and coffee for morning tea :-)

    I don't think I got it Stezza. I'll double check....

    Nope. I didn't get it. The forum trollz must have ate it! Try again!

  • stu sutcliffestu sutcliffe Posts: 274
    edited December 2013

    An idea is forming.....but be prepared.......for Rule No 1......Ambient light will be ZERO.......If you cant find the slider I will show you! ;-)

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    An idea is forming.....but be prepared.......for Rule No 1......Ambient light will be ZERO.......If you cant find the slider I will show you! ;-)

    Ha ha! Great idea!

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