Comics from Photo Reference Challenge - Win a cool book!
Are You Up to the Challenge?
Okay, artists, sharpen those pencils because Penciljack.com and Buddy Scalera are having an art contest, and we want to see what you've got!
To celebrate the release of Comic Artist’s Photo Reference: People & Poses by Buddy Scalera, we’ve teamed up for our first ever “Comics from Photo Reference” contest. Two talented winners will get a free copy of the book and will be featured on penciljack.com.
- Category 1: Pinup/cover art
- Category 2: Interior/sequential art
(Three panels minimum to be considered for sequential art.)
One winner from each category will win a copy of the book “Comic Artist’s Photo Reference: People & Poses” by Buddy Scalera. The book features 1,000+ full color images in a 144 page book with CD-ROM. Visit Buddy's site for more info about this extremely cool book!
Deadline for Submissions
- Category 1: Pinup/cover art – December 4
- Category 2: Interior/sequential art – December 11
Rules … Read ‘em Carefully
- You must use one or more images from Buddy Scalera’s book “Comic Artist’s Photo Reference: People & Poses” published by Impact Books. No purchase necessary.
- A gallery of eligible images are attached to this post. Use ONLY THESE IMAGES.
- There is no purchase required to enter.
- Enter as many times as you like, but only one entry per email.
- Submit entries to: AfterHoursPress@gmail.com.
- The subject line of your email must include the type of pose (either Pinup/cover art or Interior/sequential art), your name, and the number of submissions you have made. For example: “Pinup Art, John Doe, Submission #2”
- Draw any character you want in any pose you want.
- Pornographic, nude, or sexually suggestive images are automatically disqualified
- All entries must be in JPEG format, 72 dpi.
- Create art in any medium: pencils, inks, colors, paints, digital, markers, crayons…whatever works for you.
Judging is done at the sole discretion of the judges. No take backs, no do-overs, no crying, no whining, no complaining. It’s a fun contest, so have fun.
If you have questions or comments, post them in this topic only.
Cool thanks for a great opportunity.
I'm so getting this book. Looks great.
Well looks like I can't enter then...
Originally Posted by penciljack
Last edited by Juan2.0; 11-03-2006 at 04:36 PM.
Those poses are MUCH better than a guy sitting on a couch!
I hope lots of people enter. I'm very excited to see how the PencilJack artists interpret and use my photography to create art.
Should be very interesting to say the least.
Count Me In!
Sounds like fun, also some cool images to use.
Arthur L. Bain
Dynamic Results Inc.
Lotta creative angles there... but I don't believe that man's grip on his katana is right. He's got his hands too close together.