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Image of the Week

Each week we publish an image created by one of our forum members. Some of the images are done for work and some just for fun. All the images demonstrate a high level of creativity. The idea is to illustrate the potential of the software used and to give beginners something to aspire to.

If you'd like to submit an image for inclusion, you'll need to be a member of our forum. If you are already a member, just start a new thread in the Showcase forum and attach your image.

This week's image

This week's image by papagyi

Software used: 3ds Max & V-Ray

This week's image is by papagyi

Last week's image

Last week's image by shift1313

Software used: Solidworks 2009

Last week's image was by shift1313

Image of the Week - 2 weeks ago

Image of the Week - 2 weeks ago by boofredlay

Software used: SketchUp & Twilight Render

Image of the Week - 2 weeks ago was by boofredlay

Image of the Week - 3 weeks ago

Image of the Week - 3 weeks ago by rockstarmsg

Software used: AutoCAD 2006 & Photoshop

Image of the Week - 3 weeks ago was by rockstarmsg

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