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Rendering Contest - Xmas 2013

Here are the winners from the 2013 Xmas Rendering Contest

First Place - If you can't stand the heat

Submitted by: Daniel Hargreaves

Rendered with: nXtRender for AutoCAD

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Second Place - Shine a Light

Submitted by: Thorsten Hedrich

Rendered with: nXtRender for AutoCAD

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Third Place - Trevista Residential

Submitted by: Martin Tey

Rendered with: IRender nXt for SketchUp

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Fourth Place - Christmas Gaze

Submitted by: Radu Mircea Giurgiu

Rendered with: IRender nXt for SketchUp


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Prizes

Each of the 4 winners will receive their choice of a new copy, or 12 month renewal of nXtRender for AutoCAD or IRender nXt for SketchUp.

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guys let me know ...for the trees that you want

Many congrats to winners! They all did great job! (but my favorite won :D ) I had a great laugh Daniel with it and to be honest I was sure it was yours! :D

Thanks! It was fun to do :) Cheers!

nice story image..:)

Mike, please excuse me, but where should i look to select the plants?

www.wetransfer.com

For all the winners please join it its free.. once you join with your email addresses..pass it to me mmakki1069@aol.com  so i can upload the trees to your email address via  www.wetransfer.com

winner get all 10 trees

2nd 5 trees (of your choice)

3rd 3trees  (of your choice)

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