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Been following the winning entries of this contest for several years but when I search the rules and dates up on google it gives me close to no valuable information. I am just wondering if anyone knows if there is a pattern to deadlines and start dates and where can I look up the requirements as well as how to enter. It is weird that an event of such size would not have much info online at all. But maybe I'm just failing to find the right page. Anyway, if anyone knows of a page that roughly explains what it is and how it works and how to enter and all that jazz or can just briefly explain themselves I would greatly appreciate it!
i dipped into that scene, found everyone to be bitching at the creator about some problem or something, and no info, and dipped out.
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i've always, ALWAYS, wished to partake but never found enough information to enter.
I'm with Albino-Z SO highly right now, apparently the teams are a collection of different regions around the globe, but i'd love to see if a certain site could gain a Team of their own, i'm sure a lot of partakers are on this site already.
NEED MORE INFORMATION GRARGH!
Here are the rules for the last competition:
That's the last one. There isn't a current one. I'm not sure if there will be one this year due to moderators dropping out. Plus you can go look through Polycount, CGTalk, 3Dtotal, etc to find the old threads which will also list the rules. You join by going to a site that's participating, and start a thread in the appropriate area. The main DW site will have a list of the qualified forums.
In order for ca.org to join, we'd need volunteer moderators and someone would have to contact the people running DW.
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