11 July 2010

Sketchup 3D Challenge #103 - 2D Components

Sketchup 3D Challenge presents Challenge #103:

2D Components


Sunday July 11th 2010 - Wednesday July 21st 2010

CLOSED
voting started - winners announced on July 24th

Entry Models
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Think of models like:
- A guy
- A dog
- A cat
- An elephant
- A refrigerator.

3D Warehouse tag: "3d challenge 103"

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The winner of previous Challenge #102: Public Transportation is:

Jedi Charles, with his model 'Solocraft Electric Bus'.

Jedi Charles won this challenge with an astonishing 35% of the votes, as second place only ranked up to 20%. Second place was taken by Gabor with his model 'Montado CB-19'. 'Lady and the Tram' by CK got third place with 14% of the votes. Congratulations Jedi Charles!

29 comments:

  1. It's a real lazy challenge. O,o. May I suggest some mad tips for upcoming challenges?;
    1-Chimera - participants can show their skills in organic shapes
    or
    2-Hanging garden(s) - it is more architectural, designic. It could be everywhere in any stiles and in any size.
    Nice day to all you guys!

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  2. I will try some, but not really with much enthusiasm..... not my challenge really

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  3. chin up all :) i really didnt mind doing this one , able to do more than what i can do in 3d ,and yes im sure its borring to u vets here but at least you were good sports about it and did something for it :)

    any way loaded my fairy for this challenge have a look and let me know what u think ,,

    have a good one all :)

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  4. i can honestly say that was kind of fun =) - loaded up my keepers and since there is still plenty of time left i'm going to try one a little more difficult HAHA wish me luck

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  5. 偶爾上來逛逛,下次不知是否還有緣再進來,先祝您平安順利!!!............................................................

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  6. Can make 2.5D for this challenge?

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  8. Personally I think this challenge is fine the way it is. I say this because whenever I decide to use sketchup for an arch. studio I am always struggling at the end to find decent 2d components to finish off a scene.

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  9. only one suggestion for this challenge as well as others , we really should consider limiting the number of entries per person to like two ,

    dont get me wrong its cool that some of you are able to do it so fast but it also takes away from the idea of the contest ,

    only thing i didnt like in this one is that more seem to be doing "cut outs " instead of making a 2d pic themselves ,

    im working on a more detailed one that im hoping to be able to get done in time , if not i will still load it anyways when i do get it , think its one you will like :)

    have a good day all :)

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  10. I understand the concerns regarding this challenge, as it is a little easy for al of the experienced hardened modelers among you, but I must say, making the example model was actually really much fun. This challenge is to attract the people who are new to Sketchup. So hang in there, have a little fun in 2D for a change, and make a suggestion for Challenge #104!

    By the way CK, what you you mean by 2,5D? Because as far as I know, fractions aren't possible in the math of dimensions.

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  11. I also thought that this challenge wasn't so attractive. But now, I've got bunch of ideas to play with 2D components.

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  12. I think about arrange 2D look like 3D, just an idea.

    I still thinking about what I should to make.

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  13. Please welcome Le Corbusier's Modulor in your silhouette 2D gallery!

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  14. 你不能總是得到你所想要的。但是,如果你嘗試了一段時間,你也許會發現你得到你所需要的。

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  15. Competition closed. You may vote like this:

    You may make 3 votes.
    - your First choice is worth 3 points,
    - your Second worth 2 points,
    - your Third worth 1 point,
    You may also make a comment, if you wish, on why you chose each model.

    Cheers!

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  16. ok heres my picks for this challenge,:)

    3pts to the keepers - lots of detaill and over all good pic

    2pts to funny boy - old school as it was is what made this one soo great !!

    1 pt to jansen -2d ppl good idea and nice work done on these

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  17. 3pts. The SketchUp 2d people essentials pack by Janson - Great work and lots of it.
    2pts. The Keepers by mbuzzyk - Good details and use of textures though they look just as good without the textures and the flames.
    1pt. Windmill Dutch Face Me 2D by HenkieTenk - I like the rotating aspect. Nice trick.

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  18. 3 points - 2d collection by Jansen - I like girl on the beach :). This is lots of drawing work and painting, and you made it fine.

    2 points - Magic Touch by dracoscove - Nice line and texture(Front). Backside I think it a little bit plain, If you change color scheme it will more fantasy.

    1 point - funny boy by GameMaster01 - Another idea for 2D people in cartoon style.

    Another work in this challenge which is big different from Jedi Charles. I can't give point because I think it's too much far from the challenge topic. But it's very interesting, I recommended to download and play!

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  19. Oh, and please choose your favorite subject for next challenge from these three:

    - shoes
    - watches
    - stereos

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  20. 3 points magic touch - dracoscove

    2 points collection - jansen

    1 point windmill - ck

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  21. 3 to Windmill Dutch Face Me 2D, because its spinning
    2 to SketchUpenstein 3D, yes its more than 2d but different
    1 to the keepers, almost good
    and I choose watches

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