Submitting the entries: Each participant will sign up and upload the entry to the Intranet and will be able to check that the entry has been uploaded correctly.
Build and model each of the elements, actors or scenarios that appear in every scene in 3 dimensions. The computer and different tools (software) that we use allow us to generate these shapes, apply all kinds of superficial characteristics to them, illuminate the scene and move anything, whether it be an actor, light or camera.
The animation of the model in 3D is rendered first, and then it can be displayed as a digital video.
Works will have a maximum resolution of 1080p and will be delivered rendered in a format that can be played using VLC player.
They should have a duration of more than 30 seconds (not counting credits) and a maximum of 10 minutes.
If necessary, the organisation reserves the right to project only the first 3 minutes, in which case, each artist may submit an extra file of their work edited to this duration for this eventuality.
The sketches will be delivered along with TWO .txt files in a compressed file (ZIP):
-ONE with the details of the participant (Name, surname and telephone number).
-THE OTHER with a brief explanation (maximum three lines) of the programs and techniques used.
Only one entry per author will be allowed.
The presentation of the works will be carried out under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs use licence, even when the author indicates a different usage licence or none at all.
The works must be original and free of royalties. In addition, they must not have participated previously in any another contest.
A professional jury appointed by the organisation will evaluate the works submitted based on their technique, originality and artistic quality and eventually they may possibly declare the competition void if they deem that the quality of the works is insufficient.
The jury's decision is final.
Participation in the competition implies acceptance of its rules.