Miguel Ortega and Tran Ma's upcoming short explores fantastical cryptozoology and the search for a mythical creature known as the Ningyo.
Who can participate?
We’re looking for indie artists, content creators, small studios, and students who could benefit from our help and expertise. We can assist you with financial support, software access and cloud credits, technical support, exposure via Chaos’ marketing and social media channels, and more.
Be sure to read the submission guidelines below and review the T&C and Privacy Notice to check that you qualify.
What sort of project is suitable?
We’re looking for anything that turns heads or bends minds — as long as it’s created using Chaos’ suite of tools. This could include a dazzling archviz project, a cute animation, or photorealistic VFX for TV or film. We’re not stopping there: we’re also interested in educational programs that make use of Chaos software, or some kind of crazy metaverse projects we haven’t even thought of yet.
I don’t use Chaos products at the moment. Can I still take part?
We welcome anyone from the CG industry to apply for Partners in Art, but you’d have to make the switch to the Chaos ecosystem if your application is successful.
How much financial support is available?
We have a range of grants from 1,000 to 5,000 EUR, which will be paid once or in installments. We’ll also supply you with software licenses to help you complete your projects.
What do you want from me?
You’ll retain the rights to your IP and you’ll be free to publish it wherever you wish. We’ll regularly check in with you on the status of the project. When you’ve finished your work, we’ll interview you about the creative process and your involvement in Partners in Art.
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