Do you want your work to have visibility “fighting” on architectural illustration competition?
Each one has its own reasons to show their work. Sometimes there is a need to share in order to know the others’ opinion. Even if they are cruel, they will help us to improve and participate on architectural illustration competition could be a good idea.
Other times, we seek diffusion. We seek our work is known in order to find repercussion and if it is relevant to cause new clients to notice us.
There are people who need the applause of others I don’t know why…
They seek to be recognized within the world of architectural visualization and the only way is to expose themselves.
We can expect that people visit our website and share our content. However that happens when you already have a certain name.
Until you reach that status, a relatively fast path, is to win a contest. Obtaining an award causes an immediate return of our work.
Today’s list picks up this type of calls.
Over the last few years, there have been many architectural illustration competitions. Some of them, have had a very short life, just one edition and others are already classic and have long been alive.
What will you find in the list of architectural illustration competitions?
This is an alphabetically ordered compilation of the most relevant websites with interesting architectural illustration competition where to participate and show our work.
It is most likely to detect more than one significant absence. If so, tell me and I will change it. With your help, we will improve the list together.
In addition to the link to the website, you will also have the Facebook fan page and your Twitter profile.
An image of your website and a brief description complete the information.
I hope it is of interest to you. For me it is.
RONEN BEKERMAN – BEST OF THE WEEK
The entries were judged according to overall accepted standards of architectural visualization: composition; lighting; materials and textures, concept (original approach), addressing the architectural interpretation of the city and life within it, technical skill, emotive value and participation in WIP threads.
THE BUTTERFLY CABIN CHALLENGE 18
The Butterfly Cabin Challenge 18! We supply the scene, you supply the Eye Candy! 3DAllusions is proud to present their rendering challenge 18.
This Contest will be a WIP (Work in Progress) Contest. Participating parties are required to submit WIP, several milestones are required, from the initial concept model, lighting study, …