Fascinating Environments from the CGTrader Digital Art Competition
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Fascinating Environments from the CGTrader Digital Art Competition
26 June, 2018

It’s been four months since CGTrader launched its Digital Art Competition – a 2D and 3D art contest for artists from around the world. Thanks to generous support from their partners, with 80.lv among them, the competition boasts a prize pool worth $60,000.

The team at CGTrader selected several great works to show for this article, but there are many more waiting for you in the competition gallery.

Nektarios koulouvakos by Nektarios koulouvakos

Forgotten attic by Adrijana Cernic

Stories beneath the ocean by Adrijana Cernic

Alone but Free by Tiffanie Mang

Tranquility by Qing Zheng

Sunbeam by Julien Dudit

Laura Catrinella Wijaya by Laura Wijaya

“Via” shot 12 by Izzy Burton

Angelo Benincasa by Angelo Benincasa

Approaching Ancient City by Igor Staritsin

Mountain Matte Paing by Amit Nitore

Emerald City by Anthony Spinaze

The Lighthouse by Akif Top

Vibrant Surrealism – Stoddartist by Luke Robson

Part of Your World by Jessica Allain

If you want to participate and get exposure in CGTrader’s 1.4+ million user base, you still have time, as the call to entries ends on September 30. There is no requirement to create works specifically for the contest, so you can enter your best works to date. Check out the competition page for more information.

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