AND WE HAVE A WINNER! Congratulations!
We actually got 5 winners as you can see, and ALL of them will make an apperance in the comic.
I have choosen characters that "spoke" to me. That almost told me their story just by looking at them.
Congratulations to the winners! I will contact you later this week about the prizes
As I told you in the last update, I wanted to use all the entries, but that is quite impossible XD
Thank you so much for entering this little contest of mine!
Take a look at all the lovely entries!
Now I have to dash! XD
I have to pick up my sister at the airport!
Aaaaaaaaaaand.... the CONTEST HAS ENDED!
I got a TON of amasing entries! O.O;; I'm not kidding!
You can see them all here in the contest folder: [link]If you don't see your entry there let me know.
This will be incredibly hard... I wanted to make everyone a winner, but I realised that that wouldn't be possible. Pushing 16 new characters in comic all at the same time would make the story very good.
I will take my time and think this through, and I will announce the winner in late january/start of february.
You now have 24 more hours to get your entry in!
But I'm not super strict on the deadline... An hour or two late is okay.
The contest is not officially over untill I update this journal saying it is.
Good luck! <3
Hey guys! You have a bit more than a week left!
Now you have 3 full weeks before the deadline! Fightooo~~!
It's the 1st December today, and that means that you have precisely 31 days to get your entry in!
Yes you heard right. Contest time!
I need a waiter/waitress character for the upcoming part of Frost, and I thought it would be a fun idea to let you guys be a part of it!
The contest itself is simple; Create a waiter or waitress character
. The winning character will show up in Frost - Part 2, as a minor character.
A signed copy of FROST
(yes the printed version), with your character in it
A 2 character, full-body commission by me.
A 2 character, half-body commission by me.
A 1 character, half-body commission by me.
Of course there are some rules too, so please read them so I don't have to decline any entries
One entry per person.
The character has so be drawn by you (no tracing, stealing or manipulating art of others)
Deadline for the contest is December 31st 2010
. I will not be able to give you any extensions cause there will be little time to draw the comic.
The entry must be in form of a "character sheet".
The entries will be judged by me.
When entering with a character you give me permission to use the character as I please in the comic. Entries must be sent to me in a NOTE.GUIDELINES
The character sheet needs to show the character in full body (front and back)
The character should be human.
I prefere if the character is created for this contest, but it's not a must. Have in mind thought that I will do my own version of the character, so I advice against using characters that you care a lot about.
Colours is a must. Even though the character will be shown in black&white in the comic, it's much easier for me if I know the colour of the character.
I will need a breif personality description.
This might be the most important part since I will put a lot of weight on the characters personality.BUT! The character will only have a minor role, so there is no need to make a long background story for the character, cause I won't be able to show it.
Some information I need about the character:
Q: How does a character sheet look?
A: You can search 'character sheet' here on dA and you will see some examples.
Here are some character sheets that I like:
Q: What about the outfit? What should the character wear?
A: You should somehow be able to tell by the clothes that the character is a waiter/waitress, but other than that it's up to you.
Q: Does the character has to be a special age?
A: No! XD Make it a stuck up long haired bishi, or an old teasing woman... It doesn't matter.
Q: But I thought Frost was only printed in Swedish?
A: Well it was. But I will release a new version in english, with the first part in english plus the new second part in a "2-part" edition in Spring 2011.
Questions? Ask them in this journal! Or look in the comments and see if someone already asked your question!