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The Gnomon Workshop 08-01-2018 17:21 PM

August 2018: Rock Climbing Robot
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With advancing technologies in robotics and artificial intelligence, many robots have been made from bi-pedal humanoids to unmanned drones and animal-like quadrupeds. This month's challenge is to create a Rock Climbing Robot. Will this robot be used for discovering new found worlds on floating mountains or will it be strictly used for military reconnaissance and offensive attacks? The choice is yours!

Heinz 08-23-2018 14:16 PM

Mechanical Mountain Rescue Firefighter
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This is my entry for the challenge,I based myself on the idea of ​​a mountain rescue unit, more details in my artstation

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INT_ANGEL88 08-27-2018 13:41 PM

Rock climber panther
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This is my entry for the challenges:), this was fun!!!

Grubber 08-28-2018 11:35 AM

This is a robot I did a while ago. And I thought that it would fit the current theme. So I did new render in Marmoset Toolbag (rocks are from Megascans). I hope you like it. Good luck everyone :)

Grimmel 08-29-2018 02:25 AM

August Challenge
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My entry for rock climbing robot challenge.

vonmt 08-29-2018 05:35 AM


here my application, is the first thing i do on 3d from the begining to theend so i'm really excited, modelled in maya and rendered in marmoset.

Good luck all!

King James 08-31-2018 10:56 AM

rock climbing robot
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couldnt complete but hope u like it:)

Nagash 08-31-2018 14:46 PM

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Hello , here 3 design from me . Model with 3DS max , render vray , composition photoshop .I hope you like it.

vonmt 09-23-2018 02:36 AM

Hello, what is the result for this contest? three weeks passed from the final date. Thank you

Nagash 10-01-2018 11:59 AM

Does anyone have information about what's going on, technical problems, illness or something?

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