On Sunday 25th November local secondary school student Jenny Heaton was announced as the winner of Letchworth’s Google SketchUp competition, ‘3D_lgc’. Earthware had been a supporter and sponsor of this competition, and our Director Brian Norman a judge.
Jenny’s superb model of Letchworth Train Station that won her the top prize of a Google Nexus can be seen below, and viewed in Google Earth here: http://bit.ly/VhMnH1.
Other excellent entries included:
The Cloisters, by Worlds6440
The Spirella Building, by Seigeworks
St George’s Chruch, by Matt
The winners were announced at an event in Letchworth Arts Centre which had been organised by students of North Hertfordshire College. All of the entries were shown at the event, giving the attendees and judges a chance to appreciate all of the excellent SketchUp work that has been going on in Letchworth over the past few months!
Brian, as well as the other judges, was impressed with Jenny’s model because ‘’it showed an outstanding attention to detail and the quality of both the model and the photography used stood out even amongst the professional modellers who took part in the competition.’’
Earthware would like to pass on a huge ‘thank you’ to John Webb, the competition organiser. John ran the competition with sheer enthusiasm from day one and we are certain that it never would have received the entries or coverage that it did, without him behind the driving wheel; congratulations and thank you John!
All of the entries can be seen via the following link; http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/search?tags=3d_lgc, and we would definitely recommend taking a look at all of the excellent competition entries in Google Earth for yourself!