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Siggraph 2013 Reel Call-for-Content

siggraph-2013-logo1The Blender Foundation is getting ready for Siggraph 2013 and they are compiling a new Blender Reel (here's the one from last year). Mike Pan is calling all Blender Artists to contribute their work, and help promote Blender.

Mike Pan writes:

The work you submit here will be considered for the Blender 2013 Demo Reel to be displayed at Siggraph and online.

We accept finished animations, break-downs, and still images made entirely, or with the help of Blender.

Please submit your entry by July 15th!

15 Comments

  1. What is the target aspect ratio for submissions? (will videos be cropped for example if not widescreen?)

  2. i can´t believe it, i can´t create anything right this moment, i have no much time for creating something decent :(

    or perhaps i could create a static image made in blender of course, i´ll see what i can do

    • but an impressive static image of course, i´ll try but i don´t know if i can make it, i can´t believe it :(

    • Artwork doesn't have to be made in the past year. In fact, older work that you haven't shown in the previous reels are fine too.

  3. Hello,
    I saw some blender work at Bconf 2012 which was really good, it was nominated for a suzanne, it had a strange rabbit which attracted a guy into a trap.. I can't remember the name of the short, but the guys who did it were from Belgium and presented the project at the confereence..

    • We really, really want 1080p material if possible. However, exceptions can be made if the work submitted is awesome!

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