Anthro art contestThe I Am Anthro Magazine is holding a contest. We are in need of anthro artwork. There will be 11 winners in this contest, one grand prize and 10 runners up.Anthro art contest by lost-angle
all submissions must be anthro work.
all submissions must link back to this contest journal.
all submissions must be posted with a Creative Commons liscence that allows your work to be used for commercial purposes and allows modification of the work.
all submissions must be 8x10 or smaller.
no submissions may contain any work other than your own, this includes characters or concepts.
no submissions will be accepted if they portray yiff, nudity, violence, or support or portray offensive behavior (drugs, alcohol, gangs, discrimination, etc.)
once you have made your submission and it has been accepted, you give I Am Anthro Magazine permission to use and distribute
The Character Lab - part 2The Character LabThe Character Lab - part 2 by deviantartfilm
The first part of the contest is now closed! And we have winners!
So for the 3D part, we had only one entry so he wins by default, but that doesn't mean his deviation isn't good! He has a really nice 3D model of Fella!
And it is: :iconCukeasaurus: with !!!
For the 2D part, we decided that the winner is :
Drakhalin with !!!
It was a hard choice, but we finally decided that he should win because it was the one that touched the most the "vacation" theme.
Congratz to the winners!
You both win 1 Fella plushie + 20 deviantDollars!
part 2 - Animation
Now it's the animators turn!
What you have to do is to animate the winner's Fella in vacation. You can choose if you want to do it in 2D or in 3D, but you have to use the models from the winners.
2D Animation : Your Fella must be doing snowboard. Fella runs, breaks, then steps on his board and starts to slide. Then he hits s
Extreme LivesDear friends: After two years of weekly comics, Extreme Lives is taking a deserved break. Strip #104 is the last installment of this regular adventure of Fridays until new notice.
I am making this decision not because of a lack of ideas or will, but rather the big amount of daily errands and other tasks that prevent me from keeping this weekly pace. It may not look like it, but finding a good idea among tens of others that are not so good, sketching it, cleaning it up, inking it, fitting it into the template and going over dialogues until they look perfect is something pretty exhausting. And all this knowing at the same that other errands are waiting in line. Even so, the moment I run the final check on every strip and see them completely finished is something immensely rewarding, to the point it makes me forget - ironically - any past sacrifice.
I'd love to draw on a full-time basis, but that's not possible at the present moment. However, keeping this small graphic projec
I want to fund my own animated short films. If you can't donate, please leave a comment, I will greatly appreciate it!
MILESTONE REACHED, 101 POINTS! Thanks a lot for your donations, now going for the next milestone, 1,001 points!