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AusWB Futurity: The ink ran out

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Collab with Emii-M! it became a bit of a hustle but we made it I am a dummy!  LMAO
She did the sketches and flats for her pairs and lined everything. I did the layout sketch, my pair, the shading and BG

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Emi's version!  AusWB Futurity - Aux Antipodes by Emii-M La la la la 



2024 Newnes Endeavour CLOSED,The 2024 AusWBA Futurity Championship season is proudly Sponsored by: ,Sponsors are offering a range of benefits for Futurity Horses including; discounts on products, nutrition support, travel assistance, and tack and equipment fittings. For more information on each Sponsor's benefits, please see their Sponsor Banner. You are welcome to include any or all of these benefits in your stories. , WELCOME to the first event of the 2024 Futurity Championship, the Newnes Endeavour!Event Opens: April 1st 2024Event Closes: 11:59pm (AEST) April 30th 2024This event has a soft close. Late entries will be accepted until the judge has checked and marked the horses futurity ticket. After this point entries will not be accepted. Entries will receive late penalties if they are posted within the soft close window. Please make sure you submit your entry before the deadline to ensure your entry will be included in judging. There will not be a specific time provided after the deadline that the soft close will end. , LocationWe are heading to the Newnes Campground in the iconic landscape of the Wollemi National Park. One of the few true wilderness areas in the country, the Heritage Listed Wollemi National Park is the only known location of wild Wollemi Pines. Not only does this region boast incredible biological importance, but its geological beauty makes it a stunning place to visit, and the incredible rocky escarpments that surround the campground provide a beautiful backdrop to the show activities. Some of the local eastern grey kangaroos and red-necked wallabies will be visible around the campground, however the region boasts a plethora of wildlife that may be visible in the area such as koalas, wombats, echidnas, reptiles and a vast array of birdlife. All visitors should beware of the dangers in this area. A variety of snakes call this region home many of whom are venomous to varying strengths. Please avoid interacting directly with the wildlife where possible, and take care of you and your horses safety. ,,,For more location reference images + weather inspiration images please check out the &gt;Resources< folder., Weather ForecastThe day will dawn clear, with a soft mist hanging over the eucalypt forest in the valley. The cool blue light before the sun hits the valley will make the entire area a range of blues. As the sun creeps down the cliffs from the plateau the hills will light up golden and the sunshine will begin to filter in through the trees and into the campground proper. As the morning continues the mist will burn away leaving a beautiful clear sky with no clouds for most of the morning. Around lunchtime patchy clouds will start to pass overhead, but the warm golden sunshine will still carry on through the rest of the day. The afternoon will see the sun disappear from the valley and light up the cliffs around the event a deep orange/read before fading entirely from the landscape, leaving only bright orange, pinks, and purples in the sky until it sets completely. Sunrise: 7:11 amSunset: 6:53 pmMinimum Temp: 8*C overnightMaximum Temp: 23*C midday ,,, Rules General Rules:All horses must have a valid Futurity Ticket to enter this event.Horses must be depicted as 2yo's in all classes.Each horse may be entered in both classes.Each handler may enter multiple horses in each class (but can only handle one per image).Handler must be 8+ years old.Handlers under 18 Years old must wear a helmet at all times.Handlers 18+ years old are encouraged to wear a helmet.Helmets may be traditional or inflatable variety.The Australian Warmblood Association is not responsible for any accidents or injuries that occur due to adult riders refusing to wear a helmet. Image Rules:Art must be made specifically for this event.Art must be unique. No reused linearts or backgrounds allowed.Show images must be full body + colouring + BG. Shading is optional.Tracing is allowed as long as stock is linked + credited.Photo-bashing, and paint overs are allowed for BG's only as long as stock is linked + credited.Literature only entries are not allowed.Up to two Futurity horses per Entry. Background features allowed but will not count as an entry after the first two.Show images may be collaborated by entrants as long as it is clearly stated which artist did which part.Each entrant must participate in the image creation. No YHH/Commissioned art is accepted.Judging Rubric:/10 - RNG 'Judge' Score/10 - RNG 'Judge' Score/10 - RNG 'Judge' Score/5 - Accuracy to Location/Weather forecast/clear discipline/accepted tack/full body handler+2 - Story of 200+ words included (+1 per 100 words)+2 - Futurity Merchandise in image+1 - Sponsor Banner in the image , How to EnterInclude the following information in your Entry description:Horses Reference: (Link)Futurity Ticket: (Please link Futurity Ticket comment)Handler: Handler Age: Class Entering: Entry images must be commented on your horses Futurity Ticket!Comments on the show journal or submissions to the show gallery will not result in an entry being judged unless it is also commented on the horses Futurity Ticket.All entrants are encouraged to add their entry images to the group's Newnes Endeavour Gallery so that everyone can admire all the amazing work. , Help HubIf you are looking for interactions within this event, or the Futurity in general, don't forget to post and read through the Help Hub in the main Journal. It is a great place to find collab and role play partners, as well as help get ideas for your characters activity.&gt;> Australian Agistment and Boarding Stables <<If you are an Australian Based stable that is happy to offer Boarding and Agistment to International horses during the event please comment here. Please specify if you are willing to RP, collab or interact with story lines throughout the season so people can know who to reach out and contact depending on their interest levels.&gt;> Looking For Role Plays, Collabs, or Interactions <<If you are looking to interact with others, build story lines, RP, collaborate or otherwise connect with other entrants, please comment here detailing what you are looking for. All other questions about the Event may be commented directly on the journal. , Classes,Halter7:30am - 11:30amLocation: Halter ArenaHandler is not required. (Including handler full body will earn the handler accuracy points).Handlers should wear neat but comfortable attire with enclosed shoes.Halter or bridle is required for all horses. Bridles may be bitless or snaffle only, though multiple varieties of snaffle are allowed.Handlers under 16 are allowed an adult/support person in the arena with them. Horses will be presented in the allocated area. Judges will evaluate horses conformation, movement, colouring, grooming, and personality. Horses will be asked to stand still, and then walk and trot around the edge of the arena. Horses will be evaluated in groups so Handlers are asked to ensure the safety of their horses and the other horses that will participate alongside them. Judges will understand any nervousness or excitement due to the busy atmosphere, but animals that are too distressed or out of control will be asked to leave the arena in extreme situations. The Arena is natural grass mowed to a short even height. The grass may appear dry or dead in some areas, and also may have patches of exposed dirt visible. Some native tussock grasses may be visible in the arena near the edge of the forest. The fence is a single white rope fence strung between stakes. Wild animals may be able to enter the arena under this fence and may be present at the same time as the horses. Spectators should stay outside of the fenced area. Beyond the mown grass area, Eucalypt forest surrounds the entire clearing. ,,, Equine Agility12:30pm-6:30pmLocation: Equine Agility ArenaHandler is not required. (Including handler full body will earn the handler accuracy points).Handlers should wear neat but comfortable attire with enclosed shoes.Horses may only be shown in a Halter + Lead, though leg protection is also allowed.Handlers under 16 are allowed an adult/support person in the arena with them.At least one obstacle must be depicted in the image.Horses will be asked to navigate a series of 10 obstacles while led by their Handler. Use of whips is not allowed. The course is not timed, however refusals to enter certain obstacles will result in penalties. Each horse is allowed 4 attempts an obstacle before it is deemed a refusal. Maximum of 3 horses are allowed in the arena at one time, and horses cannot attempt an obstacle that another horse is currently navigating. Obstacles:2x Low Cross pole Jump (20cm height in the middle)White Curtain hung between poles (Fabric is cut into long streamers)Weaving Cones (8 orange traffic cones in a line)Farm Gate (Horse must push the gate, the handler can only unlatch and re-latch)Large hoop hung between poles (1.5m diameter, must walk through)Tarp (Horse must halt on the tarp and stay for 10 seconds before moving off)Horse Ball (1m diameter, Horse must push the ball over 2m in any direction)Small bridge (Horse must walk over bridge)Reversing poles (Poles laid out in an L shape on the ground. Horse must reverse through it without bumping or stepping over the poles)The Arena is natural grass mowed to a short even height. The grass may appear dry or dead in some areas, and also may have patches of exposed dirt visible. Some native tussock grasses may be visible in the arena near the edge of the forest. The fence is a single white rope fence strung between stakes. Wild animals may be able to enter the arena under this fence and may be present at the same time as the horses. Spectators should stay outside of the fenced area to the east and south. The spectator area also has the food and sponsor booths which are white canvas tents set up in a row at the edge of the grassy area. Beyond the mown grass area, Eucalypt forest surrounds the clearing. ,,, Important Note: Any mishaps or bad behaviour depicted in these classes will not count against your final score (no matter what the general class information says). This is just for story purposes if you wish to use it. You are encouraged to have fun creating your images for this event, and the more exciting/dynamic scenes are very much allowed as long as they follow the show rules., Prizes,1st - $5,000 HARPG dollars + 150 2nd - $2,000 HARPG dollars + 100 3rd - $1,000 HARPG dollars + 50 Futurity Title Points:Each Show Season entry will count for +5 Season Points for the Futurity Title1st Place will provide +3 Season Points for the Futurity Title2nd Place will provide +2 Season Points for the Futurity Title3rd Place will provide +1 Season Points for the Futurity TitleFor more information about how to calculate and monitor your horses Season total, please refer to the Futurity Event Journal. ,2024 AusWB Futurity ChampionshipsDecember 29, 2023 The Australian Warmblood Association is proud to,, All Entrants are encouraged to use the Futurity Merchandise. Using just one of these in your show entries will provide a bonus to your score.,


Horses Reference:
 KHs Shylocks Jubilee (middle panel to the right)

Futurity Ticket: #93

Handler: Klockholmen staff: Eli Porter (middle panel to the right)

Handler Age: 35~

Class Entering: Halter





Story:
Compared to last time the weather was quite literally shining on them with its best side this time around. No rain, only sunshine. Not only was the weather on its best behavior, the location was stunning and the transition of colors as the sun rose was remarkable.

Eli welcomed the golden rays of light shining into the valley. He had been struggling with his vision in the dim blue hues that had reigned prior and it had made it quite a task to navigate with a curious two year old filly by his side. To his dismay however he had left his sunglasses in the hotelroom so now when he could finally see without struggle, his left eye was being blinded by the strong light instead. Brilliant, you dumbass, he thought to himself as he squinted. Judie nickered at some other youngsters not far away and Eli didn't realize who the handlers were untill he heared Hiriel's crystal clear voice calling to him. Alexa was there too ofcourse even if with a striking sulk on her face as she laid eyes on him in comparision to Hiriel's cheerfullness. Eli made his way over to them, smiling softly at the pale lady as she inquired on the grey filly, sired by her Tradie. She and Judie would have been a very matching horse and handler pair, so much that Eli passed the lead rope over to her for a moment just so he could fish up his phone from his pocket and take a picture of them together.


Word count: 251

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Hiriel and Alexa belongs to Emii-M 
Eli belongs to me~

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Ahhh I love the golden sunrays and the glowing grass. The shading is wonderful and I adore the expressions! So pretty :)