Maxwell Render for SketchUp competition winners announced

In November, our friends at Next Limit Technologies announced the release of the Maxwell for Google SketchUp plugin, a dedicated photo-renderer that operates entirely inside of SketchUp. Soon after, they issued a challenge to see who could make the juiciest render using either the free or licensed version of the plugin. The winners of this first Maxwell for SketchUp render competition were announced this week, and they are, in a word, delicious. See for yourself.

Licensed Category:

1st place: Brodie Geers


2nd place: Karlis Musts


3rd place: Francois Verhoeven


4th place: Michael Loper


5th place: Gui Talarico


Voted #1 on social networks: Paulo Avelar


Free Category:

1st place: Arcen Dockx


2nd place: Iwan Widjaja


3rd place: Satrio Hadi


4th place: Saul Giron


5th place: Pandu Pebruanto


Voted #1 on social networks: Daniel Currea

Judging from the quality of these renders, the contest was a big hit. Congrats to everyone!


Posted by Gopal Shah, SketchUp Marketing

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7 comments :

thinsmek said...

Awesome creations.

emoNoShoujo said...

oh my..

Hussel Hann said...

wow...all the winners are so so good. i simply cannot understand art. that's why i cannot understand the art behind Francois Verhoeven models.

bnpyc said...

Great program, can't wait till I can put it on my android tablet

G:Lam said...

I think Karlis should have won first place. Daylight rendering is the easiest to manipulate. Karlis had to deal with light and dark spaces which has far greater challenges than Brodie's. Don't get me wrong Brodie's is nice but not as good as Karlis thats my view

A.S.R.S. Bharadwaj said...

really awesome, but, can we make all of these without Pro..????

pak.udak.explorer said...

Wow..! Simply marvelous touch.I dont have any better words to describe.