Friday, November 18, 2011

TBs TechChallenge, 2011 - Reverse 9392 - Prize Add-on


The Challenge is moving and the prizes waiting for your participation. 

However, we are not yet done and there is something more to offer! 


I've agreed one extra prize with Sergio Reano (the author of SR 3D Builder), to offer the winner of the TechREVERSE Challenge 2011.

As you might know, Sergio has recently released 'Animation Console' for 'SR 3D Builder', which brings increased functionality, at a 35€ fee to get the respective license. This is the way to support his continuous efforts developing this excellent CAD suite, specially useful for LEGO Technic digital builders.
So in addition to the signed 9395 Pick-Up Tow Truck box, the winner will also get a licence from 'SR 3D Builder with Animation Console' with free upgrades valid for one year (not as the commercial licence which includes two years upgrades, but one specific for this contest).



If the winner of this Challenge, presents us one Animation of his 9392 model, made with SR 3D Builder Animation Console, till 30 days after the contest results announcement, then he will get a second year of free downloadable upgrades. 
Because some complex animation schemas may not be yet possible to reproduce with the actual version of the Animation Console, the winner must create or rebuild the model with most of supported animation features, to gain the second year of upgrades.

Meanwhile I leave you with a couple of videos from Sergio, demonstrating the capabilities from 'SR 3D Builder with Animation Console', for you to see what's possible to do and what is it all about.



But these are not all the videos available regarding 'SR 3D Builder with Animation Console'. You may find a few more, from Sergio's YouTube Channel.

Looking forward to see the winner's abilities with this tool sometime ahead, and who knows also from some others who have bought this premium functionality. 

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