Illumination Student Rendering Challenge 2020 (Until 30th November 2020)

Illumination Student Rendering Challenge 2020 (Until 30th November 2020)

Illumination Student Rendering Challenge, Love experimenting with light? Enter our student rendering challenge and be in with a chance to win V-Ray or Corona licenses, Chaos Cloud credits and much more.

We’ve seen the light — and it’s the theme of this year’s student rendering challenge. V-Ray and Corona’s latest features give you more lighting options than ever before — and to celebrate, we’re inviting you to experiment with illumination and bring out the best in your work.

You could produce a moody character study lit with a single 40-watt bulb, tap into a perfect golden-hour sunset for a tranquil architectural scene or journey to a distant galaxy and discover what it would be like to catch some rays under two suns. Submit your best work for a chance to win an awesome prize package.

What should I submit?

We want you to put your skills to the test and show us your best renders. You can use any software to model your vision, but be sure to render in V-Ray or Corona, on any platform with a legitimately acquired license.

Who can enter?

We welcome submissions by computer graphics students all around the world who are currently enrolled in an accredited program or course. Be sure to read the official competition rules to check that you qualify.

What do I need to take part?

If you don’t already have access to V-Ray or Corona as part of your program or course, you can take advantage of our free fully featured trials for V-Ray and Corona Renderer to participate in this student rendering contest. Want more time to get to know V-Ray for Maya? Make use of our Personal Learning Edition (PLE).

How will you choose the winning images?

Our judging panel will choose a grand-prize winner and share up to 12 finalists on Chaos Group’s Facebook Page. The public will have the opportunity to select their winner from the 12 finalists. The winning image will be the artwork that gets the most likes; the next three projects with the most likes will be awarded runner-up prizes.

When will the competition run?

We’ll accept entries from September 1 to November 30, 2020. We’ll announce the finalists and open the public vote on December 11, 2020. The winners will be announced on December 17, 2020.

Any further questions?

To help you keep on top of your time, we have a dedicated support team ready to answer your technical questions and help troubleshoot your renderings. Contact (for V-Ray support) or (for Corona assistance). For general questions about this challenge, simply email

For more information, please visit at Student Rendering Challenge

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