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Sketchfab 3D Modeling Challenge: Memes

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All your base textures are belong to us. This week we challenge you to create a 3D version of your favorite meme, upload it to Sketchfab, and tag it #MemeChallenge.

UPDATE: Winner – This is Fine. by msanjurj

To see what the judges had to say about the winning entry, check out the Forum.


  • Use your favorite software and workflow to model a 3D version of your favorite meme.
  • Submit only new work, but feel free to submit multiple entries.
  • Once you’ve created your entry, upload it to Sketchfab and tag it #MemeChallenge.
  • Share what you’re planning to create on the challenge topic in the forum!
  • Submission deadline is Monday, June 10 (23:59 New York time – EDT)



  • $100 Amazon gift card (or equivalent if you don’t have access to Amazon)
  • 3 months of Sketchfab PRO to your account

Terms and Conditions

  • No purchase necessary.
  • By entering this competition, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to the conditions.
  • This is a contest for individuals, no teams.
  • No alternative prizes available. The prize draw is not open to Sketchfab employees or their families.
  • No ripping of models from anywhere on the Internet, all entries must be original works.
  • The judges’ decision are final – in case of dispute, no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Winning entries will be documented and may be used for promotional purposes.
  • Contestants’ models must be uploaded to Sketchfab and tagged #MemeChallenge to be considered.
  • Winners retain all Intellectual Property as per Sketchfab standard Terms and Conditions.
  • Winners and winning entries may be required to take part in any publicity resulting from this competition.
  • The winner will be contacted by Friday, June 14.
  • Promoter: Sketchfab Inc, 1123 Broadway, Suite 501, New York, NY 10010, USA.

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