Pre-Dom War V: Final Submission Information


#1

Some new information has just come in from the DWV site:

The deadline has also been extended an additional 48 hours to give participants time to prepare their images for submission. The new deadline is:

11:59 p.m Eastern Time, Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Register on Dominance War V website (if you haven’t done so already) and submit your final images using the links below:

3d: http://www.gameartisans.org/contests/minis/join_cgsociety_3d.html
2d: http://www.gameartisans.org/contests/minis/join_cgsociety_2d.html
Animation: http://www.gameartisans.org/contests/minis/join_cgsociety_anime.html


#2

Please be aware that you are agreeing to these new terms when you submit your work to the Pre-DWV challenges.


#3

Ideal images Criteria
[ul][li]GIF, JPG Only
[/li][li]No larger than 350k in file size
[/li][li]No larger than 1000w x 1000h
[/li][*]Must contain appropriate subject matter[/ul]


#4

Q: I just submitted some pictures for test and make sure the progress of DW MINI Challenge, and some question confuse me:[ol][li]After submitted the pictures in 2d and 3d sections, I even do not know where I should see them.[*]I do not know how to delete the pictures which I submitted.[/ol]
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A: After submitting images, you would not be able to delete them. Only a GA admin can delete entries/images.

When you are uploading artwork, on the same page, if you press on the tiny thumbnail of your uploaded art, it will open a new page and show you what it looks like so far.

Q: Do we need to put the main picture, textures and un-wraps on the same paper 1000x1000 or they can make several? 1-Main pic 1000x1000; 2-texture un-wrap 1000x1000 3-beauty shot etc… ?

A: They can separate their images and have 1 main, plus construction shots, texture sheets, and WIPs for the rest. Please tell them that they should not make additional beauty shots. Only allowed ONE main finished final.
The 12 extra images are to show how they made that final.

Q: Are you also going to supply something in writing to the person who purchases these packages? I was thinking last night that unless it is made clear what usage rights the buyer has, there is a huge opportunity for the artists to get burned here. Whenever someone purchases something they might automatically assume that the art is theirs to do with as they please. I don’t think we want to see random people using these collections to print their own shirts, posters, coffee mugs, mouse pads, etc.

A: Yes, will write something down for purchasing rights to protect artists work from being manhandled.


#5

By now you may have seen that the pre-DWV challenge has hit another delay. I have just been informed that this will resume and the deadline has been extended again to December 15th (new deadline is updated above).

The submission page will be reopened at a future date, and you will need to resubmit your entry when it becomes available. Entries that were submitted prior to today will be deleted and will need to be resubmitted.

No further info is available at this time. Please do not speculate as to what is happening or the reasons for the delay. We have no information regarding the issue(s), so it’s best not to jump to any conclusions. I will pass along any information as it becomes available.

Apologies for the confusion and thanks for your patience.

[edit] … and I just saw this. [/edit]


#6

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