BlenderKit's winter competition is moving to the next stage
In the upload phase, several hundred of you have signed up for both parts of the contest. There were many great entries in both the model and render sections. We are now finalizing the site for voting and you can vote between 8.3 and 21.3.2022.
Voting is open to our users who had their account created before the contest started, or to creators with at least one approved asset and contestants in the render section. We believe this will make the voting authentic and not influenced by any purpose-made accounts.
This is how to do it:
We are excited about your participation and involvement. We hope you will help us decide who we give the great prizes to. We hope that even those of you who don't win enjoyed the competition to the max, and that we motivated you to push your creative limits - because that's what we were all about in the first place.
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