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10th Anniversary - Submit your image

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes." - Proust


A moment flies by so quickly, one loses track of time. Let us freeze for a second and look back and enjoy the ability to have memories. It has been ten years since Cornucopia3D has come to fruition! This decade of growth is worth celebrating. So much timeless artwork has been posted onto our galleries. The community has grown and created profound, epic, and humorous artwork that has exponentially improved and evolved with the technology. So this October we are going to present an image contest that represents the passage of time in ten years!


What does that mean to you?

How would you represent ten years in one single image?!



Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Prizes!

With prizes from Cornucopia3D, e-on software and 11 of Cornucopia3D's top vendors, the 3 winners will receive several hundreds of dollars worth of prizes altogether.

1st place:


First Runner Up:


Second Runner Up:


D&D will also be happy to offer a 50% discount on their Creating a Spring Mountain Landscape in VUE tutorial to all Artists who enter this contest!







Winner (1st place)

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The life of a forest by Nicholas Astill

First Runner-up (2nd Place)

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Lady Cornucopia by Alessandro Mancini

Comments:

Very good way of describing a 10 years evolution. Hope you will be the winner with this one
By Vincent Ferrand (2015-11-04)
Thank you very much Vincent, really kind!
By Alessandro Mancini (2015-11-05)
Just so lovely! I would have given you 1st prize with this one! :-D
By Karen Minto (2015-11-18)

Second runner-up (3rd place)

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Global Warming by Vincent Ferrand

Comments:

Awesome job!! Love it! :D
By Mark Rabenhorst (2015-11-03)
Creative idea :-D
By Lili (2015-11-20)



Other entries:

 

Check out all the contest entries here! See how different artist's images were inspired by the contest theme; how they used interesting concepts and what technical challenges they faced. If your image didn't win this time, you can still take away some great ideas that can make the difference for you next time.

So be prepared for the next contest and challenge the winners!



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