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2000 points NEW CONTEST! Hoorah~ Edit: New characters added! Winners from OC design contest
Edit #2: If this contest doesn't get at least 10 submissions, I'm afraid I will have to call it off. Each entrant will instead get 50 points as a consolation prize
Well, my design an OC contest is coming to a close soon. It's so hard to pick winners, they're all so good!
But with that comes new contests! This time with... get this... 2000 POINTS *cheers in the background* Hooah, hooah...
Basically, this time it's a draw my OC contest!
This contest will end April 20th (I know, I know it's a long time. But simply because I know it takes a long time for some people to get their artist head on and real life tends to get in the way a lot)
Maximum of three entries per person
Please try not to use bases (though they are allowed, just discouraged)
All types of art are accepted
Please do not pair my OC's with yours.
Make a journal to advertise this contest <3
No headshots - m
Displacement MappingSickleYield writes wonderful little journals where she explains things to the 3D world and tells stuff she has just learned to the people who watch her. I love that she does that, so why shouldn´t I try to do the same... because this is how we all grow, yes? Learning from each other is very important and I myself had wonderful teachers. So...
Here is a little crash course about displacement mapping or better - how those are made and set up in Photoshop / Gimp and DAZ.
In Daz Studio, displacement maps work pretty much like bump maps. Light areas render as positive while dark areas render as negative. To make a map for veins on arms, for example, I load the limbs texture into Photoshop as a guide layer, create a transparent layer above it, and simply airbrush the veins (white) using the texture as a guide. Some textures have veins that are visible and very easy to follow, while others do not and you just have to kinda wing it. It always helps to look at photos of very defined
Rin/Sess Fanart Contest [CLOSED] WINNERS ANNOUNCED HERE
OFFICIALLY CLOSED FOR JUDGING! ANY OTHER ENTRIES I RECEIVE WILL NOT COUNT! (Sorry but this contest ran for almost 3 months now... the time I gave was reasonable enough.) Anyway, Im satisfied with the entries I received. Thank you so much for participating! Please give me a few days to decide the winners. I'm hoping to have a few friends of mine help me select since you ALL did an amazing job with your entry
Reminder: People's Choice Awards Poll Voting will start AFTER the Top 4 winners are announced. Winners will NOT be eligible for this prize (Its to give the others a chance to win a prize too)
Yes, you heard right. TOP 4! I won a bunch of things for the past few weeks enough to increase the prize pool. Scroll down below for more information about the new prize.
Just for participating, if you don't place or win the People's Choice award, t
[RESULT]1000 points GIVEAWAY!!! who is the winner?GIVEAWAY ARE ALREADY ENDED @ DEADLINE : 17 February 2014, 18.00 pm
thank you so much for anyone who participating,, hope you guys who didn't winner this time get another luck for next event I holding and congratz for the winners!!
TOTAL PRIZE : 1000 points
1st Place : 300 points + sketch headshot
2nd Place : 200 + sketch headshot
3-4th Place : 100
5-10th Place : 50
:iconVivo-sapphire: :iconYumichan216: :iconTehZion: :iconhan1023: :iconkiyopee: :iconHaracchi:
you all got 50 from me, enjoy it yay!! [La la la la]
100 [Points] for you two lucky guys! >w<
the second lucky guys got 200 [Points] + sketch headshot!! don't forge
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