December 31, 2019 11:50 AM
by Editor in Chief
There were certainly many more that should have been featured again as winners of the Render of the Year Awards 2019. And it should be noted that there have been a few
exceptionally talented artists who could not accept the Render of the Week/Year Awards due to personal circumstances. As you read about the select few winners,
please be mindful that other candidates for this award weren't necessarily a lesser artist than this year's final winners. The winners' works, however, are good reminders
of what Blender can do in the hands of top-notch artists and studios.
1. Best Blender Render
1. Winter Morning in an Unknown City
by Pavel Suschenko
But it was noted that with so many good Blender Addons available nowadays, almost "any" Blender artists can easily pull out a stunning nature renders.
Pavel's renders reveal masterful understanding of CGI--a key secret to pull out a render like this just after a year of ever using Blender.
2. Best Concept Art (Environment):
by Ian Hubert
Few talented concept artists can make the best use of Blender as much as Ian does--at least not yet.
3. Best Concept Art (Props):
1. RX Unit
by Nicodemus Mattisson.
top-notch concept artists are beginning to discover Blender, as was Nicodemus.
4. Best Industrial Render:
DAB Motors LM-S
by Alexey Afanasyev
5. Best Food Render:
by Mohamed Atef
Would you have imagined that this is a full CGI render, if you had not been told?
6. Best Character Modeling:
Pennywise, The Dancing Clown 3D Model
by George Siskas
7. Best Architectural Render (Interior):
Renders for my Introduction to
Architectural Visualization eBook
by Eduardo Câmara
8. Best Architectural Render (Exterior):