Otakuite+ | Posted 11/12/12 | Reply
This'll give me an excuse to do my Tsukiumi from Sekirei drawing I've been wanting to do for awhile :P
Thanks for the motivation
Ethereal Wanderer (Senior Otaku++) | Posted 10/17/12 | Reply
I think it would probably be better if the hand-drawn part was done by your hand. That's what makes it challenging.
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The Dreamer (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 10/15/12 | Reply
Can we use someone else's hand-drawn art instead of our own if I give credit?
The Marker Maniac. (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 09/17/12 | Reply
oh I see, well that threw me off, but it's a neat idea! XD
Ethereal Wanderer (Senior Otaku++) | Posted 09/17/12 | Reply
@Keba Si Rota:
No, the hand-drawn aspect must show in your work.
Don't Forget 3 Oct (Otaku Legend) | Posted 09/17/12 | Reply
Here's a question. If I were to draw the original image and then trace over my image so that the original drawing can't be seen, would that be allowed?
No, it is in fact a wallpaper challenge. That's part of the difficulty, since almost all walls are done digitally. Like I said, participants may digitally edit as much as they'd like.
Otaku Legend | Posted 09/16/12 | Reply
This sounds interesting~ :D
Sounds fun too ^^
C yaz!! :D
The Marker Maniac. (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 09/16/12 | Reply
this sounds like fun, only thing is this is submitted as a wall paper challenge, did you mean to make this a fanart challenge?
Ethereal Wanderer (Senior Otaku++) | Posted 09/16/12 | Reply
Yes , yes, and yes, as long as there was an aspect of your entry that was hand-drawn.
Not if you give credit and source. They actually have an option for that in any submission. I mean, everyone should use their judgement on what is or is not plagiarism.
Senior Otaku+ | Posted 09/16/12 | Reply
1. Could they be old drawings, or do we need to draw them specifically for this?
2. Could I use sketches (like a person without all the necessary features or limbs)
3. Do other forms of art count? Like if I created something else with my hands and added a picture of it as the main focus.
I think maybe they mean using a picture as a template? Like eyeing the picture and drawing it similar (which I believe is okay as long as you give credit)