In this back-to-school themed contest, artists are asked to draw the book cover of an imaginary class.
(PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Doodlers Anonymous, a virtual hangout for brilliant illustrators and drawing enthusiasts, is putting on what is expected to be their most popular drawing challenge yet. In this back-to-school themed contest, they will ask the artists to think of an imaginary class they wish they had taken in high school, and then illustrate a book cover for it. The contest will be called Draw Your Dream Class.
“I wish I had taken a zombie survival class in high school, where we’d learn all the tactics for the impending zombie apocalypse,” says OKAT, the brains behind Doodlers Anonymous. “I picture the cover of the textbook having an amphibious zombie shark trying to attack a well-prepared high-school student.”
The challenge began September 5 on http://www.doodlersanonymous.com and will last until September 17, 2013. Those interested will be able to download a printable template of the book cover, on which they will doodle away their submission for upload.
The entries will then be posted on the website, where the 10,000+ members will have a chance to vote on their favorite. The winner will receive a $250 gift card to buy art supplies.
This is the 20th drawing showcase that Doodlers Anonymous has put on. Their most recent was Draw Yourself(ie); it yielded masterful self-portraits of more than 140 illustrators. Over 2,500 people voted to help choose the winner.
Doodlers Anonymous is the top online community for those addicted to drawing, sketching, and doodling. It’s a place where doodle enthusiasts and gifted illustrators from all over the world gather to show and appreciate spontaneous art.