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Win a WIRED subscription. Enter the Top 10 Aspirational Renders Twitter Giveaway!
VC   2/11/2013 10:16:42 AM
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Submit your number 1 aspirational render to @LWartisan using LW_Top10 to win!

We all have our favourites whether it be bands, cities, films or even crisp flavours. With this in mind we'd like to see what your favourite 3D render would be, or if you like "The Top 10 Aspirational 3D Renders of All Time" - catchy isn't it?!

As you're a creative bunch we're expecting some great answers whether they be real, fictional, past, present or even a future concept. To have your say on this very important matter simply tweet your answer to @LWartisan using the hashtag #LW_Top10.

Once we've sifted through all the responses we'll let you know the all-important results at the beginning of March. Remember to keep your eyes peeled!

And as we're super nice here at Lightworks we'll pick an entry at random and sign them up for a year's subscription to Wired.



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