A few weeks ago, I asked you all what kind of contest you’d like to win one of the upcoming Skary tees. Your answer: everything! There were so many wonderful suggestions that I couldn’t pick one. So, naturally, I’ve picked everything. Here’s how it’s going to go down.
What you’re winning:
your choice of one Plague Kid tee OR Mister Creazil tee in your specified size.
What you’re going to do:
Show us how much you love Childrin R Skary in whatever way your creative brain can invent. Make a video, write a story, paint a picture, compose a song, organize a parade (that one might be a bit over the top)… anything you want! Just so long as no one gets hurt, it’s legal, and you can submit some version of it online. Keep in mind that your submissions may be posted to Skary.net, so don’t do anything that’s going to haunt you when you become a senator in a few decades.
Who will win?
That’s to be decided by a panel of judges who will base their decision on your creativity, uniqueness, effort, and overall Skariness. So, don’t worry if you don’t have any fancy camera equipment, you’re not a master ar-teest, or English isn’t your first language. If we can tell you really love Skary and worked hard to show it, that’s all that counts. But only one person will win! You can get help from family and friends, but you must be the primary participant, and you alone will receive the prize should you win (but do name your helpers if you have any. They at least deserve credit).
More Rules (we always gotta have ‘em):
- Your entry must be submitted online with the form below. Not in person or by snail mail; sorry. You may post it anywhere you want, so long as there is a version that my judges and I can view, and you have sent me the link or file. The exception to this is Facebook. DO NOT SEND LINKS TO FACEBOOK. I always get submissions from people’s Facebook pages, and 99% of the time, I don’t have access to them. So, let’s just throw that one right out. No Facebook.
- You may only submit one entry. But if you make a mistake or do a better version, you may resubmit. Only your final effort will be considered, however. This is to make sure you’re putting your best effort into it. This is about quality, not quantity. This also means you can’t just resubmit fan art or previous contest entries you’ve sent me before.
- All participants are welcome, regardless of country. However, my judges and I primarily speak English. So, if your entry depends upon the spoken or written word, we ask that you provide an English translation to accompany it. You may get help with translations.
- While you may get some help if you absolutely have to, the idea and as much of the execution as possible must be yours. You may parody something else for your entry, but you cannot copy or steal. If it’s discovered that you’ve stolen someone else’s work, OH MAN, you will be in so much trouble. Like, banned for life from ever entering anything of mine ever again. Probably a pox on your house, too.
- Your entries are due no later than 11:59 PM Pacific, July 29th, 2010. No exceptions, even if your entry is really superduperawesome. Winners will be announced August 1st, and shirts go on sale for everyone else August 2nd. That gives you two weeks! Snap to it!
Lastly, please remember that you are wonderful, and so is your entry even if you don’t win. There are always a lot of entries, and they can’t all win! I sometimes get very sad messages from people who feel like they have failed because they weren’t picked. Don’t do that. It’s just a t-shirt. A really lovely one, if I may say so myself, but not worth sacrificing your well-deserved pride over.