Your deadline is looming and you need more rendering power. It’s hard to justify the cost of more licenses when not every project is this big. You use SketchUp day in, day out, but only render your models when a … Continue reading
The SketchUp community are an amazing bunch and to get this many experts and enthusiasts in one place should be quite a challenge – but Basecamp doesn’t disappoint. With over 300 attendees we sent Graham and Martin over to Boulder … Continue reading
In July we gave you the chance to show us what you can do with Shaderlight with the launch of our latest render contest.We had hundreds of entries from all over the world so thanks to everyone who took part.
After lots of head scratching and discussion, the judges who included Mike Lucey from SketchUcation and Lynette Clee from 3dartist, have finally chosen their top three images which we proudly announced today.
First prize went to David Harris for this fantastic render.
Second prize was awarded to Carrie Barker, architect at Overcash Demmitt Architects in North Carolina.
Finally, third prize went to Duane Kemp of Kemp Productions for this image.
I think you’ll agree – all worthy winners however as we had so many great renders, we wanted to share some of the other entries short-listed by the judges.
Richard ThurlowSukrit Chawla
All these images and more will appear in our gallery over the next few days so you can enjoy them every time you visit the Shaderlight website. Don’t forget, if you want to share your work with us, you don’t have to wait for the next render contest, just email me – firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help showcase your latest project.
We had a great turn out for the first Shaderlight webinar of 2012 so thank you to everyone who logged in to join us. Being able to create the perfect lighting effect in your scene is something we know is … Continue reading