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M/A Repeating Contest: January!Monthly Repeating Manga & Anime contest!M/A Repeating Contest: January! by Damaged927
Hello hello! It's time to start the January Contest!! Are you excited?? Keep reading to see what we will be doing this month!
First things first, though. It's time to announce the winners of the previous contest!
What A Nice Day. by: xtrap01nt
Ying Yang by: Juneau-88
Kradhikari: the Shadow Warrior by: eirol87
Thank you all so much for entering! You can view all the B+W Contest Entires Here
A little F.A.Q before we get started :iconjumpingla-plz:
How does this work?
Every month I'll give you a theme and you'll have to create a Manga/Anime styled entry according to it
Is Fan Art or Fan Characters allowed?
I'm afraid not Only Original
Journal Skin January - MORE Prompts!Update 05/01/14: By popular demand, here are some new prompts!Journal Skin January - MORE Prompts! by bradleysays
Also, if you want to check out the current entries for this project - check this folder.
Thank you to everyone who expressed their interest in the announcement article!
Here are your prompts. Remember, you only need to use one per journal skin.
morningtealmistfutureblack and whitecomicsvideo gamesminimalismlandscapedarkavant-gardedivineflatcolumnsdeep seawintermetallicfloralanimatedglowcity nights
PLEASE NOTE: These deviations are NOT stock. These are only to be used as inspiration only, unless permission for use is given by the artist.
Contests on dA!
Don't miss out on a chance to be a part of the community, meet new people and maybe win something!
Blender is an OpenSource software for 3D modeling and animation.
A couple of years ago when I first looked into it, it was still pretty buggy and hard to get a handle on for a beginner. Since then, it has really matured and is now quite incredible, and some of the tutorials for beginners are very clear and consise and make getting started very smooth and rewarding.
Download the latest version from blender.org
Tutorials to get you started
To get a good start, I recommend the tutorials found at LittleWebHut.com. They are incredibly well prepared and easy to follow even if you have no prior experience in Blender. The videos are also available on YouTube.
I recommend these in the order listed below.
Blender Tutorial For Beginners: Cloth Napkin
Blender Tutorial For Beginners: Wood Texture
Blender Tutorial For Beginners: Pool Balls
Blender Tutorial: Realistic Chain
Blender Tutorial: Planet Bursting into Pieces
Blender Tutorial For Beginners: Alarm Clock - 1 of 2
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