About The Contest:
Are you ready to take on an epic quest? WeLoveFine is partnering with Scott Kurtz to host the greatest adventure yet... The Table Titans Design Contest! No need to roll your 20 sided die to win, just create your best tee-shirt designs inspired by Table Titans. The Grand Prize winner could win up to $1200!
Last date to submit designs to the contest is 02/17/2015 at 11:59pm PST
Last date to rate designs is 02/24/2015 at 11:59pm PST
About the Judges:
SCOTT KURTZ: Scott is an Eisner and Harvey award-winning cartoonist living in Seattle, Washington. He helped pioneer webcomics with his daily feature, PvP which debuted in May of 1998. Since then Scott has co-authored a book on making webcomics, co-created and produced several animated web-series and launched a second ongoing webcomic, Table Titans.
DAVID PETERSON: David is the three time Eisner award winner for his Mouse Guard series. He received his BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Michigan University where he met his wife, Julia. They continue to reside in Michigan with their dogs, Autumn & Bronwyn.
CHRIS PERKINS: Chris has worked at Wizards of the Coast since 1997 and is the Story Design Manager for DUNGEONS & DRAGONS. He is also the Dungeon Master for the "Acquisitions Incorporated" D&D podcasts and live games. Also, he's a robot.
DOs & DON'Ts
1. Do: Make something original. Research to make sure your idea isn't already out there.
2. Do: Make stylized art! Get inspiration from Table Titans!
3. Do: Have fun and be creative!
4. Don't: Submit similar versions of the same design. Sometimes people submit the same design, but with small changes. This will only divide your votes and hurt your chances of winning rather than help it.
5. Don't: Use any copyrighted, 3rd party or inappropriate materials. Please be sure to not use Dungeons & Dragons specific characters, locations, etc.
6. Don't: Use any original artwork from Table Titans as a part of your design, the design must be your own.
FAQ - To see our full set of Contest FAQ, please click here.
Q: The submission kit is not downloading. I need help!
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We should be able to send you one directly. Or try clicking hereto see if it will directly download for you.
Q: How many designs can I submit?
A: You may submit up to 5 entries per person
Q: What file format do you accept?
A: All entries must be in one of the following file formats: GIF/PNG/JPG
Q: If I am a finalist, how large does my high-res art need to be?
A: We reccomend that your file is done 15in by 19in at 300 dpi or as close to it as your art program can handle. If your artwork is too small, it won't work on a tee-shirt and it can hurt your chances of winning.
Q: Is it ok for me to promote my designs to people I know to come and help rate my designs?
A: We encourage every artist submitting to the contest to promote themselves and their designs to friends, family and followers. Through our experience we have found that more ratings help determine what the fans really want as your winners! So please promote yourselves!
Q: It’s been more than 2 business days and I don't see my design on the site. What’s going on with my design?
A: We review every submission we get before they are made live for viewing and rating. We sometimes reject designs for obvious reasons. If you’ve done any of the following don’t even bother asking why your design was rejected.
- Your design has inappropriate materials.
- Your design uses other copy righted material. This means you are using other people’s intellectual property in your design you do not have the right to. NO MASH UPS!!!
- It’s not a design. A direct photograph or a scribble you just drew on a piece of paper is not considered a shirt design.
Q: I see people cheating. What should I do?
A: Please email email@example.com detailing what you are suspecting. More details you can give the better we can make our decision.