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Autodesk 2012 Games Show Reel Call for Submissions

November 15th, 2011 by David Heller

In anticipation of the 2012 Game Developer Conference (GDC), Autodesk has announced a call for submissions for its annual Games Show Reel. The reel will debut at the Autodesk booth (#1432, North Hall) during GDC from March 7-9, in San Francisco, CA
, and be featured on AREA, the Autodesk website and YouTube Channel, as well as at other events throughout the year.

Exceptional game cinematics, trailers, in-game sequences and animations created throughout 2011 with Scaleform, Beast, HumanIK, Kynapse, Maya, 3ds Max, Softimage, MotionBuilder and/or Mudbox are eligible for submission. If you recently completed a qualifying project using any of the Autodesk Digital Entertainment Creation software and middleware listed above, don’t miss the opportunity to flaunt your talent; submit your work today.

Autodesk is especially interested in HD video and imagery for inclusion in its 2012 marketing materials.

The deadline for video and imagery submissions is January 13, 2012.

Get Work’n – JOBS on SCG

November 5th, 2011 by David Heller

Where Your Gallery is Your Resume

We’ve just integrated  new  Job posting and finding capabillity into ShareCG that’s FREE, easy to use and destined to deliver great results. We built it to bring talent seekers and SCG’s great talent together.

Looking for Talent?

If you’re looking for super-creative talent then you’ve come to the right place.  ShareCG has more than 200,000 active registered members with skill sets ranging from CG art, animation, 3D modeling, texture production, and more.  We’ve made posting your job quick and easy, and your job posting is presented in the home page Jobs listing, in the Jobs section, and in your Gallery.

To post a job simply go to your account, click the ‘add new upload’ tab then click the ‘job posting’ button and enter your job requisition.You can add graphics, special formating, and embed video into your posting to make it stand out.  Also remember to fully describe and present your business in your Gallery and Portfolio so job seekers can learn more about you before they apply.

Once your job has been filled please Suspend its listing from within your Account’s ‘uploads.’ (We will  soon be adding a feature that will automatically suspend your job post after 30 days, and you’ll be able to re-publish it with one-click if needed.)

Looking for Work?

To apply for a job just click a job’s short description from the Jobs listings and enter a letter or resume, attach any material that you feel will help your effort, and click ‘Apply for This Job.’  You can also visit the job poster’s SCG gallery and website to learn more. (At times you might also be sent directly to the Job Poster’s web application.)

You’ll also be able to FOLLOW job posters to receive email notification on the day they post a job!

This is a Beta Release

If you have any suggestions, or if you uncover any bugs, we’d definately like to know.  Your input is very valuable to us, and we do listen!  Please use the ‘Report a Bug’ and ‘Make a Suggestion’ links at the bottom of this page to communicate with us.


The ShareCG Team

Halloween Challenge – And, the winner is!

November 1st, 2011 by David Heller

It’s not really who the winner is, but who the winners are.  168 gruesome works of Art were entered into  this year’s Halloween Challenge, and 12 Animations were also enthusiastically submitted, and they are ALL winners!!  Thank you and thanks to all those who rated and commented on the entries!

You can get a rough sense of which works the audience liked the best by sorting the Art section by Rating and Views.  But, because the results are also weighted by date, earlier entries have had more time to gather votes.  I’m sure that many of the more recent entries would have bounced to the top if they had been on the site longer.  But, not to worry, I’ve heard that everyone, both entrants and viewers really enjoyed the challenge.  The entrants had the opportunity to strut their stuff and the viewers got to enjoy their art work.

I ate too much candy last night – not enough Halloween revelers came to my door, but your 168 works of eye candy filled me with healthy joy!

Thank all of you for participating, and please let me know if you’d like to do another themed challenge like this one.  If so I’ll help you make it happen.


ShareCG Admin



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