Tuesday, July 31, 2012


I can't believe it's been almost a year since our last :icondrumfishproductions: contest on deviantART! The first two contests were so amazing and so many talented artists contributed, that we had a really tough time picking the winners. But now we are opening our THIRD contest on our fanpage over at deviantART it's a great opportunity for all artists to contribute once again! Since we are planning to release NEVERMINDS #3 at the New York Comicon (NYCC) on October 11-14, 2012, we thought this was the perfect time to make this announcement.

The rules stay the same, but the prizes changed slight to include the new issue of Neverminds.
Here are the rules:

1. Create a piece of art featuring any Drumfish Productions character/s. (Sentinels and/or NeverMinds. See galleries or here or here for reference.)

2. Use any medium you like. Pencils, inks, paints, etc. Let's see your talent. Go wild!

3. Deadline: October 2nd, 2012. Don't wait until the last minute thought! Time goes by quickly and before you know it the deadline will pass!

And here are the prizes:

1yr. subscription to deviantART
your choice of all 5 Sentinels Graphic Novels, Neverminds #1, 2 and 3
one of Drumfish's new figurines.

3 month subscription to deviantART
Neverminds #1, 2 and 3

Neverminds #1, 2 and 3.

On October 2nd, the Founder and Co-Founders will each score the entrees. Each piece will be scored on a scale of 1-5. 5 being the highest, and 1 being the lowest. The top 3 scores will win.

Feel free to ask any questions that you may have and we will answer them promptly.

So, pull out your sketch pad, wacom tablet, paint brushes, etc. and let's see some art!!

Contest is open to all contributors, members, watchers, and any deviant interested. Please feel free to pass along this journal to anyone who may be interested, or repost this in your own journal.

We look forward to seeing what you come up with!



Pa Ul said...

Great post you have here. After reading your post, a thought came into my mind which is why artist must join on-line art competition. I guess my thought may be helpful too.

Rich B. said...

Thanks for posting that. Very cool!
I totally agree with you. Online competitions really do help shape artists, push them out of their comfort zone and also add to their social network! :)