xD dont hate me cause i think that one piece sucks
The next competition shouldn't be too specific. Narrowing the rules to a certain manga or a certain style will reduce the amount of entries.
Naruto, Bleach, Fairy Tail, Gantz, Medaka Box, Beelzebub, Soul Eater, Claymore, Ao no Exorcist
i think i've made me clear.....
just make it free style manga, it can be made up or drawn from a manga page, or we should draw a manga page, since we get a whole month to come up with something, we should make it count, since some ppl dont want to categorize into anime/manga, we can make it into a only shonen theme and so on.
what do the artist think?
Okay, so DotM #2 up and running, but you may (or may not) notice that there are TWO threads on DotM #2! D: No, silly Imoto didn't make a mistake. Silly Imoto has spoken to Great Ravona and we decided to do a dual DotM thing as a sort of trial. We're just getting started on this drawing competition, so we want to work out some details, thought this might be one of the best ways to do it.
The theme is still "Anything goes" for now, don't want to narrow it down so much as we're still in the early stages of this contest. You only have to submit your works in their corresponding threads - which is either the B&W thread or the COLOR thread. (Bah, should be colour. :<) One participant may submit one entry for each thread.
Voting is separate for each thread, meaning we'll have TWO winners for DotM #2 - one for B&W and one for COLOR.
TWO threads - B&W and COLOR.
Theme: ANYTHING GOES.
Submit your entries accordingly. B&W entries goes into B&W thread, COLOR entries goes into COLOR thread. You may submit one entry in each thread.
TWO winners - one for B&W, one for COLOR.
If you still don't understand, feel free to rant here. :3
Also, you who is the enemy of One Piece... How could you. :<
Back on topic I like the idea of dual competitions. This way those without access to coloring instruments still have a chance to participate.
can it be colored through photoshop?
A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.