Finalists of the Meet Mat Contest
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Finalists of the Meet Mat Contest
1 June, 2017

Last month Allegorithmic held a very neat little Meet MAT 3D Painting contest. It was incredibly popular among 3d artists and more than 1200 people took part in it. Initially, the company wanted to pick up 3 winners, but then the rules were a bit adjusted. Now we have 20 winners instead of 3 in the general category, and 10 winners instead of 1 in the student category!

This contest was by far our most successful to date: more than 1,200 entries, from all over the planet, and at a quality level that was such that we had to rethink our rules and offer more gifts to participants… this has been a shock to all here at Allegorithmic!

So I just want to congratulate you all who participated, thank you all too for such passion and involvement. I want to warmly thank the jury too, for such an amazing experience.

Sébastien Deguy, Allegorithmic

Here are some of the winners (and the prizes). You can check out the full list of lucky artists over at official website.

1st – Gabriel D’Orazio with “Mat by Vincent”

  • NVIDIA Quadro M6000
  • Wacom Mobile Studio Pro 16
  • All 22 of the Elements Alpha Series from Artoyz

2nd – Liu Zinan with “Antique MAT”

  • NVIDIA Quadro M5000
  • Wacom Cintiq Pro 16
  • Story Killers: Le Petit Chaperon Rouge from Artoyz

3rd – Andrii Mykhailov with “Material Ball Vending Machine”

  • NVIDIA Quadro M4000
  • Wacom Intuos Pro M
  • ELEMENTS Fais-Le Toi-Meme (Do It Yourself) from Artoyz

4th – Rogelio Olguin with “El Muerto”

  • A unique porcelain ceramic 3D printed version of MAT

5th – Rikki-Lynn Vitello with “Shotty”

  • A unique porcelain ceramic 3D printed version of MAT

Make sure to check out the rest of the entries here. Students’ works are pretty amazing as well.

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