It’s today! The winners are announced today!
And the winners are...
First Place: Reap the Whirlwind by @toomanydemons
“Quality of the object and animation really stands out.” - Nick
“Wow that’s an aggressive one I had to play it at 0.1x speed to fully appreciate just how many animated parts this one has ” - Bart (@bartv)
“Such power, very boxing! It was great watching this entry develop over the course of the challenge - there are lots of great details and the animation breathes life into this mechanical beast.” - Tom (@nebulousflynn)
“Super strong all around!” - Avtandil (@avic)
“This entry knocks it out of the park. It’s brilliantly constructed with great textures and solid presentation. Nicely done.” - Abby (@abbyec)
Runner-up: Roo-Bot by Phil Rivera
“Clever design, and I liked the amount of detail to explore ” - Bart (@bartv)
“Very creative idea.” - Nick
"I like the story and I like the concept. Execution is top-notch and overall it’s a well-rounded work. " - Avtandil (@avic)
Runner-up: Sony Robot Challenge - Lucky Cat Chop House by @joshopel
“Great models and animation, and good use of the Sketchfab viewer capabilities. I’m impressed by the subtle sound design too.” - Bart (@bartv)
“I love this practical take on a futuristic robot serving street food, the atmospheric scene looks great and takes good advantage of Sketchfab’s 3D settings.” - Tom (@nebulousflynn)
“I like the animation and mood of the scene. The low poly approach worked well and audio elements are good.” - Avtandil (@avic)