Join Unreal Days on ArtStation

From March 1 – 5, don’t miss Unreal Days on ArtStation! Epic and ArtStation are partnering to showcase your incredible artwork in Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, and Quixel Megascans and celebrate the 3D community. 

All week, we’ll be highlighting the Unreal Engine channel on ArtStation’s homepage and promoting the work of talented 3D artists across the platform and social media. Tune in on ArtStation to share your work, discover other amazing artists, and find out more about opportunities in 3D.

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For Students

If you’re new to Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, or Quixel Megascans or learning these programs in university or college, be sure to also tag your artwork on ArtStation with #UnrealStudent. You’ll then be able to join the community of other 3D students on ArtStation and make your work easier to find by peers and employers looking to hire new graduates.

During Unreal Days, we’ll be giving away $25 ArtStation gift cards to a few randomly selected artists who post in the #UnrealStudent channel so you can spend them on more resources and tutorials on the ArtStation Marketplace.

FAQ

What is the Unreal Engine channel? 

The Unreal Engine channel enables you to scroll endlessly through stunning artwork created in Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, or Quixel Megascans on the homepage. Here, you’ll find the latest and greatest 3D artwork across:

  • Games
  • Architecture
  • Animation
  • Film & Television
  • Automotive & Transportation
  • Training & Simulation

and more.

How do I upload my work to the Unreal Engine channel?

When uploading or editing a project from your portfolio manager, scroll to the bottom and make sure you select either Unreal Engine, Twinmotion or Quixel Megascans as your software. 

Feel free to fill out any additional information as well. Then, just click “Publish”! Your work will now automatically be added to the channel. 

How do I add the Unreal Engine channel to my followed channels?

  1. From the ArtStation homepage, open the channels menu on the left-hand side and search for the channel you would like to add.
  2. Select the channel from the list below – in this case, “Unreal Engine” click “Add Channel”. 

You can also just visit the channel here and click follow in the top right corner of the channel row.


Find out more about discovering Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, and Quixel Megascans artists on ArtStation here


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