CONTEST TIME!!!!!(2) WINNERS! :DHELLO!CONTEST TIME!!!!!(2) WINNERS! :D by Crack3dMySanity
First of all i must say thank you so much for all the enteryes to the contest!
This was so much fun for me, and i hope you enjoyed it to!
It was defenetly not easy to pick a winner in this contest, because all of them made me laugh And to be honest i did not expect that when i hosted the contest So i did like all of them So please dont be mad if you did not win, its always next time
But sadly there are only 3 people who can win. And here are the winners of this contest:iconlawooplz:
And if you didnt win this time, then i hope you stick around, because i really want to host more contests like this in the future
Story : http://nekote3.deviantart.com/favourites/47844198#/d4usu76
I made this one number 1, because it was really funny and awzome. It stuck to my mind, espechially the pure absurdety of the disgusting sidekick who sells tacos like a flasher Fore a moment i thought it was th
Monthly Stock Challenge Winner and April Feature First off, a big congratulations to March's Stock Challenge winner, :icontcosbyjr: for his entry "Inside the Drawing"Monthly Stock Challenge Winner and April Feature by TraditionalUnleashed
He's won a feature here with us, as well as in my personal journal, and a points prize! Thanks for the wonderful entry! And now I treat you to some of TCosbyJr's work! Enjoy! <3
And now it's time for April's Monthly Feature! These selected works will be displayed for the rest of this month in our gallery's Featured folder. Remember, it's not about being the best, but about challenging yourself and creating work you're proud of! We show the work of people you comment, participate in critique night, seek help when they need it, or just post lots of work! Be active, be creative, and most importantly be who you are and you'll end up featured! As our group continues to grow, so will our monthly features!
I prefer to work with traditional materials, especially pen and ink (dip pens with Esterbrook nibs) and markers (Prismacolor and Crayola SuperTips).|
I attended Vincennes University for funeral service/science but found my passion in art, switching my major to Illustration/Graphic Design. I completed 76 credit hours, but never finished the degree.
I have worked several freelance projects (my Behance portfolio be.net/tcosbyjr and oDesk feedback, test scores, etc. www.odesk.com/users/~~f23f3c9e… ), but I am available for new clients. I am also available for commissions - just send me a note.
Often I am involved with contests/challenges to give me unique drawings, and the experience - as such I favorite them so I know where to notify the contest of my finished entries.
Random Fact: I broke my drawing hand after my cat/kitten Shadow died - my hand will never be normal again. Two of my metacarpal's (in the palm of my hand) now curve under two of my phalanges (fingers) at the joint.