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    (((Weekly Swift 3D 'Addict' Winners)))

    Swift 3D 'Addict' Winners!



    If you frequently find yourself basking in the warm glow of the Swift 3D interface during the wee hours of the night, perhaps you qualify as a Swift 3D Addict. Although we do not yet offer a 12 step program to help users cope with this common addiction, we would like to help those afflicted individuals take the first step towards publicly acknowledging their problem. So if you've got some serious Swift 3D on the brain, we invite you to join fellow self-professed addicts by submitting your work to our weekly “Swift 3D Addict” program where you can win the rights to the coveted first slot in our heavily visited user examples section.

    Addicts are outstanding Swift 3D users that push the limits of 3D and 3D on the web.

    Please feel free to browser our current and past winners and leave your comments for work that you find especially appealing!

    Submit your outstanding 3D work to submittals@erain.com for your chance at being recognized as a distinguished Swift 3D 'Addict'

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    Hey Jimbo, I'm going to post the past winners in this thread too... in this post in fact...
    • - Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Ermin Monzon a.k.a. Tyger.

      Originally posted on November 8, 2004



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      - Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Mark Rush a.k.a. Rushvision.

      Originally posted on November 1, 2004



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      - Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict BlinkOK.

      Originally posted on October 27, 2004



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      - Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict SiouxFire.

      Originally posted on October 18, 2004




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      - Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Juan Perez.

      Originally posted on October 4, 2004.




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      - Congrats to our Swift3D Addict Henk Visser a.k.a. Powetri.

      Originally posted on September 27, 2004



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      - Congrats to our Swift3D Addict Frank Klewe.

      Originally posted on September 20, 2004



    Per usual, if you wish to show your Swift3D Addiction, feel free to submit your entries to submittals@erain.com for your chance for pure Swift3D Addict bragging rights.

    Last edited by gerbick; 01-04-2005 at 11:59 PM.

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict MouthOpen Media.

    The fellas over at MouthOpen Media created this animation for the Animation Challange that we held awhile back and they were the winners of the competition as well. Animations such as these really raise the bar of animation in Swift 3D.

    >>Here is the link<<

    Click on the first link in the User Showcase.

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Nico da Vinci.

    This example is only the second project that Nico has ever developed in Swift 3D. Taking that into consideration I'd say Nico is a natural when it comes to Swift 3D. The model itself is a wonderful design and the animation is spot on.

    >>Here is the link<<

    Click on the first link in the User Showcase.

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    Wow, thanks gerb!

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Aaron Barnes.

    Aaron has created an inspiring composition of an alien nuclear attack using Swift 3D and Photoshop combined. The robot was pieced together using Swift 3D and then placed on a plane which made up the ground. The firey background with the nuclear explosion with added in via photoshop. Aaron also made great use of Swift 3D v4s texture editing capability to apply textures to robot and give it a beaten and warn down look.

    In the end the results turned to be truly amazing!

    >>Here is the link<<

    Click on the first link in the User Showcase.

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Raymond Moonen, a.k.a. Rainman.

    Rainman has created an amazing model of Spiderman's head/mask. If there is anyone that wants to push the limits and raise the bar of Swift 3D's Advanced Modeler, it would definetly be Rainman. Not to mention, he is our first, two time Swift 3D Addict Winner.

    Recently Rainman has been practicing a method that is traditionally called Edge Extrusion. Since Swift 3D doesn't have the ability to actually extrude an edge Rainman has pioneered a similiar method comprised of building his models with a segmented plane, shaping it, and then welding it to the existing model. Build a lather, rinse and then repeat, next thing you know you have a finely detailed, high quality model.

    Just to show you how far Rainman has pushed this method, check out this link. This is a 'Work-in-progress' mind you.

    >>Here is the link<<

    Click on the first link in the User Showcase.

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Neil McGarry, a.k.a. ArtzFX.

    Neil McGarry of http://www.artzfx.com/ is a great contributor to the Swift 3D society (Check out his website for Swift 3D video training and additional creations).

    As you can see from his Tavern renderings Neil puts a lot of character into his models. A good, hunched frame and nice use of colors really gives this tavern a class of its own (makes me want to go get a pint of beer!)

    >>Here is the link<<

    Click on the first link in the User Showcase.

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    Christopher Dormoy of Dormoy.ca is this weeks Swift 3D Addict Winner.

    This model demonstrates clean modeling, great use of lighting and materials along with effects compositing.

    Congrats again to Christopher Dormoy.

    >>Click here to view this weeks entry<<

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    Congrats to our weekly Swift 3D Addict Jacek Kujawinski!

    Jacek shows us that simplicity can still do the trick, and do it quite well.

    Jacek's handcuffs model/animation is comprised of simple shapes, extrusions and lathes.
    When they are all composited together, you get quite an amazing model.

    Congrats again to Jacek Kujawinski!

    Click here to view Jacek's example...

    Click on the first entry.

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    Congrats to our Swift 3D Addict Winner Christopher Dormoy!
    Christopher shows a great level of attention and detail in his custom chopper model.

    Click here to view example

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    Congrats to Martin Needle!

    Martin displays an all-around knowledge of Swift 3D with his concept mech design.
    Excellent Modeling, Texturing and Lighting.

    Click Here to view the Erain.com User Showcase

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    Congrats to Raymond Moonen (a.k.a. Rainman)!

    Raymond has crafted an amazing model of a Mercedes SLK 320. The modeling alone is jaw dropping but I also have to note the wonderful texturing job.

    Click Here to view the Erain.com User Showcase

    Select the first example in the User Showcase

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    Simulation 3 Contest Entries <-- select the first entry


    View Original Simulation Contest Thread Here

    http://www.erain.com/community/examples/ <-- click here to view example (select the first entry)
    Once again, excellent work to those who participated. Your SiM Entries are producing some of the most inspiring work ever developed with Swift 3D. I look forward to seeing why you guys/gals come up with every month.

    Next SiM Contest begins Aug 28th @ SwiftDev.com

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    Last edited by azz_kicker; 09-02-2005 at 11:45 AM.

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    Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!!!
    Congrats to Marcos Montes
    Ok, no chicken dinner, but Marco Montes is the latest Swift 3D Addict Award Winner.

    Marcos has created a replica of R2D2 from the infamous Star Wars movies. The precision and attention to details makes this model quite remarkable.


    Click here to view entry

    Congrats to Willast and Powetri!
    Willast and Powetri have passed the test and recieved another Addict Award!

    Willast - A wicked Hummer concept called the H400


    Powetri - A mirror replica of the Disney Character Goofy


    Click here to view the new entries:

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    Congrats to Adam Browne & Blake Henry
    Adam and Blake put together a first class production animated short using Swift 3D and After Effects.
    Blake produced a hilarious storyline/storyboard for the production while Adam used Swift 3D to breathe life into his simple yet distinguishing characters.


    Click here to view entry

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    (((Swift 3D Addict Winner - Gareth Williams a.k.a. NickelSlot)))

    This entry needs no explanation. The results speak for themselves.
    Gareth Williams (Nickelslot) has been swifting for many moons and has always managed to impress us with his weapon related 3D models. But when Nickelslot decided to step outside his niche 3D category of weapons he amazed and inspired us all with the precision and detail of his 3D model Vespa.


    Click here to view entry

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