I am looking for submissions for a creative internet project that requires a lot of CG. This is opportunity for unpaid publication. It will give credit, links to your other work and opportunity for others to contact you to review more of your work. The project is expected to generate a lot of traffic.
We are looking for top notch work in the area of fanciful science fiction. The project is intellectual, non-violent, somewhat quirky, upbeat. No robots or weapons, please. We also wont be able to use anything that has strongly depicted characters in it, since the project has characters of its own. So generic science fiction and fantasy would work.
If you want to create something especially for the project, here are ideas for suitable themes: Galaxies. Hints of the afterlife - without strong religious bents. Idylic meadows with trees and streams An interesting café with various aliens. A park bench under a chestnut tree has a prominent role. (Wed have to talk to you about the chestnuts.) We have one character who looks like a salmon, only he is malformed. (We can give you details on the malformation.) A group of other characters look like angels, only theyre scrawny, hairy and have big noses. (Who would want to meet them?) Duct tape is a recurring theme.
You must have the right to offer the work you submit for publication. We would have to be able to obtain the rights for one-time world wide publication. You would be able to sell your work again to someone else.
[li]Submit by email.
[/li][li]Make sure we have a way of contacting you back by email.
[/li][li]Title your email CG SUBMISSION and put it in caps, so I can see it through all my junk mail.
[/li][li]Include a cover note that gives us your name, so we know who we’re talking to - something like this ould be fine:
My submission on the CG you mentioned on CG Talk.
And close with your name.
[li]Then attach Lo Res JPGS. (If we like the work, we will ask fo rhigher res version later.)
[/li][li]We will not open any executables.
[/li][li]I can’t phone anyone.
[/li][li]Send it to:
Also, if anyone can connect me with the CG artist behind the picture I describe in this thread:
Id make sure I gave you a credit and a link.
PS: DEADLINE FEBRUARY 15th!