CG Science/Medical Challenge

CG Science/Medical Challenge

It's been a long time since we had a challenge like this. Wait, actually, did we even have one like this? Oh, we actually didn't... It's a completely new challenge, people!

This time round, we teamed up with Rayvision, Cheetah 3D and Maxon to give you a brand new CG Science/Medical Challenge. Put your mind to work, create a medical or science-related model and compete in our competition to win some great prizes!

The Prizes include render fees from Rayvision, licences from Cheetah 3D, Educational Licences by RayFire and Broadcast/Visualize versions from Maxon. If the winner is a Cinema 4D user, Maxon will give a set of special goodies for the winner, so no one is left without a reward!.

Challenge ended on: 2016-02-15 23:59:59 UTC


Below are the models participating in this challenge. Browse through them or submit yours!

$14.50 off
    3D model Orchid bouquet
    max, obj, mtl
    • Lowpoly
    3D model Fire Extinguisher
    obj, mtl
    $19.50 off
      max, obj, mtl
      $2.70 off
      • Lowpoly
      models-moutain low-poly for games game-ready
      max, obj, fbx, mtl
      • Lowpoly
      low-poly Cancer Cells 3D model
      max, obj, fbx, mtl, tbscene and more
      • Rigged
      • Animated
      3D model Red Blood Cells Animated
      max, obj, 3ds, mtl

      Awards & Prizes

      There will be 2 winner categories for CG Science/Medical Challenge. Award will be given for the best 3D CG Model or the visualization uploaded during the challenge period.

      Best Science/Medical Model

      For the 1st place winner of Science/Medical category
      For the 1st runner-up of Science/Medical best model category
      For the 2nd runner-up of Science/Medical best model category

      Best Science/Medical portfolio

      The award will be given for the best 3D CG models or visualizations uploaded during the challenge period.

      For the 1st place winner
      For 1st runner-up

      Terms & Conditions

      In order to qualify for the prize winnings, you must agree to terms & conditions.

      Things you must know
      • 3D CG 'Science/Medical' Challenge will run from the 16th of December, 2015, to the 15th of February, 2016.
      • When uploading your entry be sure to check "science-challenge" to get your model tagged and counted to the challenge.
      • Cool renderings are optional but we will definitely consider this when judging.
      • Don't forget to indicate what software was used in the making of the model.
      Things you should know
      • Designs uploaded to the gallery are not treated as valid entries.
      • Upon joining this challenge, you agree that your rendering scene might be used by sponsors for marketing (non commercial!) purposes.
      • You can have as many entry models as you want. By uploading more than 8 entry models you are eligible to enter Portfolio category too.
      • The challenge is open to everyone, including teams, legal entities and people from all over the world.
      • Participating in the challenge and uploading 3D models to CGTrader platform is free of charge.
      • All the entries must be original and not derivable.
      • Employees and relatives of CGTrader and sponsor teams are not allowed to participate in this challenge.
      • Any existing taxes or duties must be paid by the winner. CGTrader is not responsible for any illegal actions taken by the prize winners.
      • We are independent sheriffs of this challenge, so stick to the rules and don't do anything stupid.
      • Got some questions? Have suggestions? Check for FAQ or drop us a line at


      The judging of the challenge is supervised by CGTrader staff. Winners will be chosen following the requirements below:

      Best CG 'Science/Medical' Challenge Models

      • Quality of the model
      • Uniqueness, innovation, and general achievement in design of the model
      • Clear and attractive presentation on

      Best CG 'Science/Medical' Portfolio

      • Quality of the portfolio
      • Uniqueness, innovation, and general achievement in design of the portfolio
      • Clear and attractive presentation on

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Please go through these questions before contacting us

      Do I need to upload files or only images of my 3D design?

      You need to upload files and images of your 3D design in order to participate in the challenge.

      I don't want to put my entry model for sale. Do you have any suggestions?

      Does earning money from your digital files sounds like a bad idea? Just try to put higher price on it, let's say 300 USD.

      I don't want to loose copyrights on my model after it is sold.

      There are General, Editorial and Custom licenses for you to choose under which you want to operate. Individuals or companies which bought your model can't use it for commercial purposes if it hasn't been changed. So no worries - you won't loose the copyright.

      How can I participate in the challenge?

      Design awesome 3D model for 'CG Science/Medical' Challenge and upload it to CGTrader.

      What if I put the required tag on my already published 3D model on CGTrader - do you treat it as a valid entry?

      No. Only 3D models uploaded in the period from the 16th of December, 2015, to the 15th of February, 2016 will be treated as valid entries.

      Do free 3D models participate in the challenge?

      Yes, absolutely. Sharing artwork is always appreciated in the community.

      Can I enter with 3D models which participated in other challenges elsewhere?

      Yes. There are no restrictions on publishing and selling your models elsewhere.

      Do price tags play any importance when entries are being judged?

      No. But do not forget that the prices are always judged by the customers.

      I want to participate in the challenge so I am going to delete my already uploaded models and upload them again to meet the "publishing period" requirement. Can I do that?

      No. We are tracking every deleted and uploaded model, so it is useless to drive-through our requirements of the challenge.

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