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CGTrader’s 2016 Fashion Challenge: Make It Stylish, Make It Trendy, Make It 3D Printable!

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CGtrader_LogoCGTrader is ready to rock 2016 right away with a challenge that offers 3D designers a venue for showing off their work as well as offering an awesome opportunity to win a 3D printer. In the Fashion 3D Print Challenge, the well-known 3D model marketplace, backed by a strong professional designer community, is teaming up with Mbot3D, Lix, and Innofill3D. And if the joy of creating and 3D printing isn’t enough, the rewards for this contest should prove to be highly motivating.

Together, all four sponsors are offering items such as two Mbot GridII+ SH 3D PrintersLIX pens, and 3D printing filaments from Innofill 3D. While CGTrader normally offers 3D designers a great way to showcase their work, a competition like this takes that to a new level. They are calling on designs for two different categories: Best 3D Printing Fashion Model and Best 3D Printing Fashion Portfolio. Judges will select a first-place winner and a runner-up for each.

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An example of a current entry in the competition, by jewelmaster.

Some beautiful designs have already been submitted upon today’s start, with a deadline of March 14th. You are encouraged to enter 3D models of absolutely anything that has to do with fashion. This means anything you can 3D print and wear, as well as a new take on fashion accessories, belts, and even shoes or unique gadgets that are relevant to the fashion industry.

Only models uploaded during the dates established will be considered entries, and you will want to make sure that you check “fashion-challenge” to get your model tagged and counted to the challenge. You can enter as many 3D models as you want, and if you upload more than eight, you are automatically considered eligible for entering the Portfolio category too.

Prizes are as follows for Best 3D Printing Fashion Model:

For the 1st place winner:

  • MBot Grid II+ SH Printer by Mbot3D
  • LIX pen by LIX
  • 1 Reel of Innoflex 45, 1 Reel of Innoflex 60, 2 Reels of PLA or PET or ABS (chosen by the winner) by Innofil3D
  • 3 free sales by CGTrader
  • T-shirt by CGTrader

For the 1st runner-up:

  • 1 Reel of Innoflex 45 or Innoflex 60, 1 Reel of PLA or PET or ABS (chosen by the winner) by Innofil3D
  • 1 free sale by CGTrader
  • T-shirt by CGTrader

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Prizes are as follows for Best 3D Printing Fashion Portfolio:

For the 1st place winner:

  • MBot Grid II+ SH Printer by Mbot3D
  • LIX pen by LIX
  • 1 Reel of Innoflex 45, 1 Reel of Innoflex 60, 2 Reels of PLA or PET or ABS (chosen by the winner) by Innofil3D
  • 3 free sales by CGTrader
  • T-shirt by CGTrader

For the 1st runner-up:

  • 1 Reel of Innoflex 45 or Innoflex 60, 1 Reel of PLA or PET or ABS (chosen by the winner) by Innofil3D
  • 1 free sale by CGTrader
  • T-shirt by CGTrader

Judges from CGTrader will assess designs on the quality of their 3D printing, as well as uniqueness, innovation, and general achievement in design regarding the category. How clearly and attractively the model is presented on CGTrader is a factor also.

As the CGTrader team says, “Make it stylish, make it trendy, make it 3D printable!”

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Another example of an entry, by jewelmaster.

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