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Welcome to Global Game Art Contest, Not only you can compete with

game artists from all over the world for 180 thousand of dollars,but also can

share your exciting artworks, gain more fans and applause.

——winner winner chicken dinner

GGAC Highest Cash Prize
GGAC 2019 Total Prize
Theme of GGAC 2019
One of the great mysteries in the history is the disappearance of the ancient city of Loulan. The city was located in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China. Like Pompeii in ancient Rome which drowned in a sea of volcanic ash, Loulan, a once beautiful city, transformed into a barren and perilous desert landscape.This inexplicable event has whetted the curiosity of archaeologists and other scientists over the years, and it has been categorized as one of the top ten unsolved mystery of the world.Loulan was established as a kingdom in 176 B.C. and flourished for over 800 years. The city was like an oasis traversed by a limpid river and situated next to a bountiful lake. The city had a huge population including soldiers guarding the safety of the kingdom. Many residents made a living fishing and hunting.
Bordering the Chinese heartland, the Kingdom of Loulan became the first stop for the Silk Road, and prospered from the trade. Artifacts already excavated from Loulan are many and diverse and include ancient coins, lacquerware, bronze mirrors, pottery, glassware, jewelry and woolen fabrics in Han, Greek and Roman styles.As one of the major stops on the old Silk Road, the city was a center for the trading among Europe, Central Asia, and ancient China.In short, the kingdom was booming economically while serving as a peaceful and paradisiacal environment for its citizens and visitors.
However, the flourishing city of Loulan was curiously abandoned and transformed into a desert wasteland in the 3rd century the by the time around 618 – 907 A.D.,it had fallen into oblivion and never mentioned in the history again until its rediscovery in the 20th century, when archaeologists uncovered the ruins of administrative buildings, residential dwellings, and Buddhist pagodas, as well as numerous artifacts.Many hypotheses have been put forward to explain its abandonment, including climatic or environmental changes, an epidemic, a war of conquest, or the opening of the northern route of the Silk Road which diverted most of the trade traffic away from Loulan.
To this day, the terrain is barely navigable and there are severe weather fluctuations. The region is extremely arid and continues to be subjected to frequent wind and sand storms. Conditions are so harsh that the area has become known as " The Sea of Death.
Loulan's Library
Schedule
Apr.20 – Sep.30
Registration
Jun. – Oct.
Audition & Advance
Oct.7
Deadline for submission
Oct.
Finalist
Nov.
Awards Ceremony
Entry Instructions
Professional Group Rules
The professional group has no limit on participants
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Student Group Rules
The Student group is restricted to students only (those promoted shall provide their effective student cards)
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Cash Prize
The amount of the cash prize is subject to the RMB.
Other currencies will base on the real-time exchange rate during the distribution.
Two Outstanding Awards
from each of 2D & 3D category
Professional Group
Five Gold Awards
Five Silver Awards
Five Bronze Awards
Two People's Choice Awards
Twenty Exellence Awards
Several Finalist Award
Exquisite Gifts
Student Group
Two Gold Awards
Four Silver Awards
Eight Bronze Awards
Two People's Choice Awards
Twenty Exellence Rewards
Several Finalist Awards
Exquisite Gifts
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2D Judges
Listed in no particular order
wangxiaoyu
GGAC 2018 Season
2D Professional Group 1st Prize
G-Liulian
Moonlight Blade Environment Concept Art Lead
Famous Environment Concept Designer
Krenz Cushart
Famous Freelance Artist, Educator
Top Artist in Taiwan
dospi
Famous Korean Concept Art Freelancer
Illustrator
Lian & Yohann Schepacz
OXAN Co-founder
Famous International Concept Artist & Illustrator
PanDa
Senior Concept Artist at Riot Games
League of Legends Senior Splash Art Illustrator
Wang Bo
Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts
Director of Game Art & Design Department
3D Judges
Listed in no particular order
Zhang Chen
GGAC 2018 Season
3D Professional Group 1st Prize
Xu Zhelong
Co-founder of A Devil in Detail
Chinese Top-notch CG Artist
Pu Gui
Founder of PUGUI
Chinese Top-notch 3D Artist
Cedric Seaut
Co-founder of Keos Masons
International Famous 3D Artist
Frank Tzeng
Lead Character Artist at Naughty Dog
International Famous 3D Artist
Damien Canderle
Senior Character Artist at Blur Studio
International Famous CG Artist
Zhang Zhaogong
Next Media Studio at Central Academy of Fine Arts
Game Design Instructor
Pascal Blanché
Art Director at Behaviour Interactive
freelance illustrator, World builder
About GGAC
The Global Game Art Contest was first founded in 2018. It is hosted by ABOX (Alchemy Technology); co-organized by the Tencent Open Platform, the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts; operated jointly by Fenghou Capital, Ping An, Shanghai Milestone. This is a international game art competition with a total prize of more than 1 million RMB and the highest single cash prize is 180,000 RMB.
The goal of GGAC is to make Global Game Art Contest (GGAC) an event to bring opportunities to young artists and fresh vitality to the game industry as well as being a magnificent and industry-renowned top art event. Through the integration of the game and art industry, we will explore the deeper value of the art for the game industry and establish a national and even international art exchange and development platform.
The first Global Game Art Contest attracted more than 40 countries, 800 local and international companies, and more than 5,000 participants to sign up. After a series of selections, the artist from China, Wang Xiaoyu, and the modeler, Zhang Chenxi, won the 2D and 3D category along with 180,000 RMB cash prizes respectively.
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