If you'd like to become more familiar with Exercises read the Overview.
How to Submit an Exericse.
Depending on which exercises are available you have a few options to participate.
🍪 To participate by submitting your exercise submission, a paid Citizen or Citizen Pro subscription is needed.
Before you dive in be sure to review a few things:
- Throughly read through the Exercise Criteria and Overview. Each exercise is different and also requires different medium type responses: images, videos, sketchfab.com.
Step One - Click Submit Exercise button
Make sure you're logged in and have membership access.
Step two - Fill out your exercise submission
There are 3 different types of exercises you may participate in. Unity (Game Development Exercise), 3D Blender rendered Image or SketchFab, or 2D by uploading an image.
Exercise Type: Unity
You will need to upload a Web GL file as a submission. You’ll upload your project externally then provide a public link to your index.html file.
Here are a few lessons that go into more detail:
Exercise Type: Image ( Blender 3D or Concept 2D )
Image Exercises are the most common, and typically involve less steps to submit your Exercises. To make sure you submission shines the best, keep in mind these image rules:
- Recommended image types and dimensions: .jpgs 800px wide and 600px tall. You are able to upload larger ones, it just may alter how the image is displayed on the site.
- File size should be less than 2MB is size.
Exercise Type: Sketchfab
A http://sketchfab.com free account is required to participate in these Exercises. However they are pretty excited to be involved in. Uploading your 3D work and allowing the community to review your wireframe, shading and topology through a single window is pretty neat!
If your submission doesn't display properly. Double check you're using the correct Sketchfab Model URL from the browser. Manage your Exercises.
After you've successfully submitted an Exercise, take some time to vote and offer feedback on other artists that have submitted. This is great practice for you to offer constructive critiques, a skill every artist should hold.
Keep an eye out for feedback!