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Midweek Motivation: X-Particles Challenge Winners

x-particles challenge winners

The X-Particles Challenge is a competition designed to inspire creativity using MAXON’s Cinema 4D and Insydium’s X-Particles a particle and VFX system developed by Insydium for Cinema 4D. See the winners.

First, here’s a showreel of all the X-Particle Challenge entries.  Is your favorite among the winners?

X-Particles Challenge Winners

The XPC has received some fantastic entries over the past four years and helloluxx has been a proud sponsor since the inception of the challenge. The standout entry for 2018, who the judges were in unanimous agreement about as to whom should be awarded top prize, was Chris Harkin.

All three prize winners received a copy of X-Particles and Cycles 4D plus other great prizes.

First Place

Chris Harkin

Chris has very kindly made his project files available to download!  Get the R20 version here and the R19 version here.

 

Second Place

Vasiliy Filileev

 

Third Place

andre de young

If you’ve been inspired by these entries, you should take part in the 2019 competition. It’s a great chance to work on your X-Particles skills and you get an opportunity to be featured in the 2019 showreel, and possibly win lot of great prizes.

Follow The X-Particles Challenge on Twitter to stay in the know.

New to X-Particles?

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Don’t let the name deter you, the training may have been created for XP3 however all of the content is more than still valid, it covers all of the XP3 features which are still in place in the current version of XP, it simply does not cover the newer features that were released in XP4.  Learn More


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A fully-featured advanced particle and VFX system for MAXON’s Cinema 4D

An essential component of an artist’s toolkit, X-Particles is the solution to satisfy all your particle needs: Cloth, Smoke, Fire, and Fluids. Designers can switch effortlessly between motion graphics and VFX, within a unified system.

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Posted by Kim Sternisha