Top Community Renders from March 2017

The bar has officially been raised!

Check out what Poliigon users posted on ArtStation this past month:

 By  Jonatan Mercado  using Blender and Cycles. 

By Jonatan Mercado using Blender and Cycles. 

Beautiful fog! You captured that early morning feeling very well :) Nice use of the ground and wood materials!

 By  Max C. Detourniere  using Blender.

By Max C. Detourniere using Blender.

Gorgeous lighting! Perfect use of the new wood materials and overlay textures.

 By  Armando Tello  using Blender and Cycles.

By Armando Tello using Blender and Cycles.

So simple, yet still beautiful. You used those new wood materials perfectly!

 By  Marcin Borowiak  using 3dsmax and Corona Renderer.

By Marcin Borowiak using 3dsmax and Corona Renderer.

The contrast between the gritty tarmac and the smooth colorful car is wonderful. Great use of the road materials!

 By  Armando Tello  using Blender and Cycles.

By Armando Tello using Blender and Cycles.

The texturing on that wooden spin top couldn't look any more perfect! Really well done. Great use of the wood materials and overlay textures.

 By  Armando Tello  using Blender and Cycles.

By Armando Tello using Blender and Cycles.

Simple yet beautiful! Nice use of the brick and ground materials.

 By  Anton Yeregui  using 3dsmax and Corona Renderer.

By Anton Yeregui using 3dsmax and Corona Renderer.

Fantastic lighting! So clean yet still interesting. That food must have taken a while to get right!

Render of the Month

 By  Heverton da Silva  using Blender and Cycles.

By Heverton da Silva using Blender and Cycles.

Just gorgeous! That lighting is beautiful. Fantastic use of the new wood flooring materials and designs. Hope to see more from you in the future!

For his hard work, Heverton has won himself a free year of Gold membership to Poliigon!

How to Enter Next Month's Competition

Every month we choose the best render made with Poliigon materials and award them a free Year of Gold Membership (valued at $168). Here's how to win:

  1. Make something awesome that uses at least 60% Poliigon materials and textures
  2. Post it to ArtStation
  3. Include the words "Textures from Poliigon.com" somewhere in the description

At the end of the month we'll roundup our favourite images and award the winner their prize!