2021 Hum3D spring competition: without borders, Architecture Competition, Design Contest

Hum3D Spring Competition – Without borders 2021

18 + 17 Mar 2021

Hum3D spring competition: without borders Contest

While most borders are closed, and restrictions do not allow travel we still can use 3D visualization to visit new places and share their beauty with others.

Create a 3D work with a famous building from your country to help other participants to see this beautiful place. Tell its history and why it’s the best place to visit.

The famous place can be exterior or interior (e.g., Sistine Chapel). Environment in the work should be made in 3D as well as a final image. Minimal use of third-party assets such as vegetation, street elements is allowed. Building models should be made by you.

The first-place winner will get prizes worth a total of $13,000: license and content from 30 sponsors, leaders of ArchViz world industry. Also, everyone has an opportunity to receive additional prizes. The winners will be chosen by voting from a professional jury team.

We invite all 3D artists and architects to participate. You can see all rules and prizes on the challenge page https://hum3d.com/without-borders

Dates of the event: March 17 – June 3.

Hum3D spring competition: without borders

Introduction

Today (March 17) Hum3D launches an online competition for 3D artists and architects. Organizers ask participants to create a 3D art with a famous building from artist’s country. This will help everyone to be involved in a short traveling around the World and visit various beautiful places without borders and restrictions. The name of the event is “Without borders”.

The main idea: help everyone to be involved in a virtual traveling around the World, discover new countries, and see iconic buildings by using 3D art.

Slogan: “While most borders are closed, and restrictions do not allow travel we still can use 3D visualization to visit new places and share their beauty with others.”

What exactly to do: artists need to create a 3D work with a famous building from their country, that would be the best place to visit by a traveler. Environment in the work should be made in 3D as well as a final image. Participants need also to tell history of building and why it is the best place to visit.

The famous place can be exterior or interior (e.g., Sistine Chapel). The winners will be chosen by voting from a professional jury team.

Why architects should participate: the first-place winner will get prizes worth a total of $13,000: license and content from 30 sponsors, leaders of 3D world industry. Also, everyone has an opportunity to receive additional prizes.

The challenge runs until June 3, 2021.

Hum3D spring competition: without borders

About Hum3D

Hum3D has held annual creative competitions since 2013. Among them the largest contest in the 3D car industry. Among sponsors are Chaos, Corona renderer, OTOY, Substance, Artstation, Gnomon, Keyshot and many others.

Hum3D is a creator and seller of the biggest collection of vehicle 3D models on the Internet. Their assets are available in the Chaos Cosmos library.

  • Page of the event – https://hum3d.com/without-borders/
  • All previous challenges – https://hum3d.com/3d-artist-competitions/
  • Hum3D home page – https://hum3d.com/
  • Page of Chaos Cosmos – https://www.chaosgroup.com/cosmos

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