The contest is now closed. You can see here the 3 winners of the contest.
To participate in this original contest, all you have to do is design a 3D model of an organic shape that is appealing to the eye or an organic object that serves a purpose. Be inspired by living objects in nature and create something that is beautiful, useful or both! Stay clear of hard edged blocky designs and let your imagination flow.
Models can include, for example, objects related to every kind of elements in nature: wood, stone, crystals, plant materials. For example, you can recreate the appearance of a tree trunk or the effect of ripples that spread over the water. Our best advice: observe nature and create a beautiful and useful object from your observations.
Whether you are an artist, engineer or handyman, you can all participate in this free contest and demonstrate how 3D printer is a great innovation that is useful for improving everyday life!
To reward the best achievements, the following prizes will be offered:
To learn more about the Polysher and PolySmooth and to buy it you can have a look at Polymaker website.
Publish one or more 3D models in connection with the theme of the competition about the Organic Shapes. The model can be divided into several parts (but not too many, so that it can be easily printed in 3D). The object must be beautiful, useful or both.
Mention in the description of your design the hashtag: #POLYMAKERCHALLENGE
Submit your 3D model on Cults for free with the Creative Common CC-BY License.
Share your creation around you in order to get as much "Likes" as possible on your page (only the real "I like" will be counted).
Participants will be judged on the creativity of their 3D file, on the originality of their photographic staging and on the number of Likes they will receive on their Cults page.
A jury will select the 3 winners. The jury is composed of Luke Taylor Marketing Manager at Polymaker, Nicolas Tokotuu Product Manager at Polymaker, Sean Aranda known as The 3D Print General on Youtube and Axelle from Heliox Lab on Youtube.
For more information, see the competition rules.
Participate by uploading a 3D model on Organic Shape theme and add #POLYMAKERCHALLENGE to the 3D file description.
To see all the creations that are already participating in the contest and to compare yourself to the others, click on the button below: