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I am always organizing new contests and challenges, you can find some entries from my previous contests in the "ART FROM FRIENDS" area
Midsummer Contest: The Mother of All FairiesAnother one of my "fairy tales with monsters" contests. My birthday is coming next month, if you wanted to make a birthday gift for me, this can be it
For this contest, you have to draw the Titaness Asteria, Mother of All Fairies, on her pond as she appears in the scene of my story.
Her scene is in the second bit of the story below (A MIDSUMMER NIGHT). The last two bits of the stories (POISONED APPLES and CHANGELINGS), are not relevant to this current contest, but I will use them for a future one. You can read them anyways to get some more context.
YES: Creating an artwork from scratch; sketching it up until it finally becomes the entry you were hoping for; using references to see how a body bends this way or other way.
NO: Working on top of a base, tracing over on top of some image, editing existing images and photos to compose your entry, dire
DARK CINDERELLA (Multiple-Choice Contest)This is a very special story I made this time, taking the subject of a classic fairy tale (Cinderella) and mixing it with elements from my fantasy stories .
Unlike my previous stories, there are 9 different scenes in this tale, each scene of this story will have its own contest with a prize for the winner of each.
For this contest, you have to draw an artwork inspired by One of the Scenes of the Dark Cinderella story (see below)
The story is only a guideline for your artwork. You can include any elements from the scene that you want, but the final design is completely up to you
Artistic rule: No tracing over other people's art. Don't use bases. Try to be creative with your creation.
If you finish your entry for one scene before the deadline, and wanna try a different one, you can d
July Challenge: Inspired by the Muse The Monthly Challenge for July will be about the Muses, the Goddesses of Art and Inspiration, revisiting one of my old animations again
So, this time the challenge will be the scene of the boy being inspired by a Muse in my old animation
The final design of the scene is up to you: you can add or change any element from my animated scene (for example: the Muse can be inspiring a girl instead of a boy; the scene can happen in a room, a garden, a balcony, or even the door to some fantasy land the Muse opened to bring him into)
You can keep the Muse's design close to mine, or redesign her completely with your own ideas for a Muse, or a combination of both
You can submit your entry any day of July