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Changing of the seasons contest Changing of the seasons contestChanging of the seasons contest by Katie-Cuddles
So after much thought I have decided I would host a contest! The theme is changing on the seasons, as we are here in the UK. This will be a long running contest so that you will have time to create something really spectacular
To create something which shows the changing of the seasons. It doesnt matter which seasons it is for you. For those in the UK it could be from summer to autumn, or autumn to winter. Only that it shows it to you. Perhaps you will draw your character doing something or draw something to represent this. Or maybe you will take your camera out and find something beautiful which will show this change.
You can even enter work to do with festivals around this time of year, be it Halloween, Christmas etc.
"Winter Wonderland" Contest"Winter Wonderland" Contest by Jenna-Rose
- "Winter Wonderland"; any kind of winter scene - it can be just a landscape or contain animals and/or models, but it has to be Wintery. Basically, you can interpret "winter wonderland" any way you want - what does your Winter Wonderland look like?
- But the 'challange' is that you are required to use at least one of my Wintery stock photos ( http://jenna-rosestock.deviantart.com/gallery/#Winter-Scenes from my stock account Jenna-RoseStock) in your entry/entries; even if it's just a texture; for painting/drawing, use one of my stocks as a reference.
- The required stock can be found here: http://jenna-rosestock.deviantart.com/gallery/#Winter-Scenes ; again, you have to use at least one, even if it's just a texture.
- Contest starts November 14th 2009
- Contest ends February 14th 2010
- That gives you 3 whole months!
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|Tina Speece graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree as well as a Bachelors in German, who currently refers to Daleville, Alabama as home. She has been featured in exhibitions across the Continental US as well as print articles, and hopes to graduate before the ripe old age of 30. Post-undergraduate, Tina Speece will be attending graduate school for her MFA and hopes to teach art afterwards at the collegiate level, barring the fortunate finding of a sugar daddy to fund a lavish studio.|