The RailClone miniCHALLENGE Winners have been selected! Big thanks to iToo Software for sponsoring this event and for all the participants who took RailClone for a spin and created great work with it.
To see all the entries submitted in this miniCHALLENGE visit the RailClone Challenge finalists announcement post.
First Place, Bertrand Benoit.
Bertrand is no stranger to awards, and he takes first place yet again with a remarkable use of the RailClone plugin for 3dsmax. Bertrand recreated a complete real building façade using RailClone to spread the modular façade components on pre-defined splines.
The beauty of this approach is that you can alter the building by simply changing the splines the façade will just follow!
RailClone Pro License + 3 year subscription & Forest Pack Pro License.
Here is his main image.
And an extra detail shot.
Visit Bertrands RailClone miniCHALLENGE post for more information.
Second Place, Newke.
Coming second, but just as remarkable, is Newkes Diamond Lady. Made out of small diamond like bits, newke was very creative with the use of RailClone not the usual thing one would expect.
The black and white treatment was a good choice and made all the focus on the sliced scattering figure even more intensive. The result is great and inspiring.
RailClone Pro License + 3 year subscription.
Visit Newkes RailClone miniCHALLENGE post for more information.
Third Place, Nachex.
You might not see traces of RailClone in this third place render by Nachex, but that just might be due to how photoreal it looks! Great pool shot, makes you want to jump in and swim.
RailClone Pro License + 1 year subscription.
Visit Nachexs RailClone miniCHALLENGE post for more information.
Congratulations to all three winners and all other participants and visitors of this challenge. See you all in the upcoming Architectural Visualization Challenge III CITY LIFE and other miniCHALLENGES along the way.
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