Submissions will be accepted from April 27 through May 11 at 11:59 p.m. PST. All entries will be published on the Allegorithmic website, as well as in an open gallery hosted by co-sponsor Sketchfab and any new Substance Painter users on Sketchfab will automatically receive three months of Sketchfab PRO.
The contest will focus exclusively on texturing, and all entries must be done in Substance Painter. For those new to the tool, Allegorithmic is offering a 30-day free trial of Substance Painter, along with a 20-minute tutorial video that will give prospective contestants all the information they will need to create their own version of MAT. Allegorithmic will also provide 14 materials from its Substance Source library at no cost to help entrants get started.
The first place entry will receive a prize pack valued at over $7,000, including an NVIDIA Quadro M6000, a Wacom Mobile Studio Pro 16 and all 22 of the Elements Alpha Series from Artoyz. The second and third place entrants, as well as one student winner, will also receive prize packs that include NVIDIA hardware, digital creation tools from Wacom and art toys from Artoyz’s special collection. The winners will be announced on May 23.
Artists from all disciplines, styles and skill levels are encouraged to compete, making it the perfect opportunity for new users to learn Substance Painter in a fun and exciting way, while experienced users will have a chance to put their skills to the test.
For a complete set of rules, including how to enter, please visit the “Meet MAT” contest page.
Allegorithmic is the industry leader in 3D texture and material creation technologies. More than 100,000 users in the domains of games and entertainment, film and VFX, architecture, and design rely on Allegorithmic's award-winning Substance texture authoring software for developing the next generation of digital content. Clients include Activision, Electronic Arts, Gensler, Naughty Dog, and Ubisoft. Founded in 2003, Allegorithmic is based in France with offices in Clermont-Ferrand and Paris, and has global offices in Los Angeles, Cleveland, Tokyo, and Seoul.