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A yonkoma is basically a 4 panel comic strip typically used in gag manga.
It's probably been said before, but how about a handmade contest?
If people don't think that's too complicated, we could totally use it^^
Did you see that we used your OC theme, Infinite?^^
Ohhh I know how that feels! I've been living among boxes for a while now as well.
I hope you and the others will be able to join this new one^^
For future photography contest,some themes that I found.I pretty much got it off photobucket
Some other themes for other contests.
Last edited by Akia999; March 13, 2013 at 07:52 AM.
Not sure if a typography themed contest has been suggested. Not sure how it'd work exactly, but trying to keep to my strong points .
Oh God, this thread is a bless xD We can get some great ideas here^^ And I like that people are now interacting more outside the discussion thread as well.
About the typography contest, that's also a good idea. I believe that this thread could be used for some misc contest suggestions as well. A video contest was suggested one, but maybe it could be complicated although exciting. What do you guys think?
The video contest sound like a cool idea but it do need a theme to accompany it to make it more fun.Eg: noir,nature.
Bu I do admit it is a bit difficult...
I echo the difficulty in doing a video based contest; as great as it would be to see one, I imagine the time consumption for editing and whatnot may be more than what some are willing to invest in. It would admittedly be good for us to try to venture outside our comfort zones and it would help expand skills and variety of contests. I guess we can keep discussing it and see what other opinions there are.
As for typography, my thoughts are that it could be as simple as creating a typography-based signature/banner to something advanced as creating a font from scratch(). The former seems more do-able and fun for all to take part in my opinion.