Congratulations to the Winners of the University of Houston KeyShot Rendering Competition

by | Feb 9, 2024 | 0 comments

We gotta admit it: We love hosting design challenges on campus. Not only is it fun for us to share the latest tips and tricks with design students, but we also get a front-row view of the new creative trends and styles. We recently visited the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design, and we’re excited to share the winners of our KeyShot Rendering Challenge with you. All of the winners clearly have a bright future in design ahead!

First Place – Brandon Burlison

Second Place – Gerardo De Los Reyes

Third Place – Aaron A Mercado Alvarado

Animation Winner – Danny Blacker

Congrats to the winners!

Brandon Burlison
Gerardo De Los Reyes
Aaron A Mercado Alvarado
Danny Blacker

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Written By Tara Cavanaugh

Tara is the Content Marketing Manager at KeyShot, where she works with the product marketing, branding, customer experience and reseller teams.

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