Project Status: www.deviantart.com/deviation/4…
This project asks of you, the community, no matter how large or small your experience with making emotes, to make a simple, unanimated, emote according to the following description:
~An emote that appears to be holding another emote above it's head.
~All participants will be stacked in the order entered, so seeing as I entered first, I'll be at the very bottom, and the next person that enters, will be above mine, and the next that enters above that one, and so on.
At the very top of the "tower" I will most likely place the DA logo.
Here's a quick sample of what I'm asking you to do:
The white circle over the emote is not really mandatory, but whilst I'm doing the stacking process, it will make things easier for me if I know where to put the next emote if you show me how to fit yours in just the way you want it.
You may submit the entry to your DeviantART accound, but remember to provide for me a link, either directly here (News post or my journal, depending on where you're reading this from) or note me with a link to it. [please submit the emotes in .gif format]
An alternative, and in a way better, method of sending in your entry would be to send me a copy of the original .psd (photoshop document), if you use photoshop that is, preferably in layered format, as it will be easier to add your entry to the tower in this method. If you do not use photoshop and/or imageready to make your emotes, I don't think this method can apply to you, so just submit it to me via .gif format.
Methods to send me your entry:
~Submitt it to DA and send me a link to it.
~Host the file on any service you know of, and send me a link.
~Send the file to me via MSN (email@example.com) or email it to me (same as MSN).
~The emote MUST be unanimated, any animated entries will be ignored.
~That's all the rules, have fun! 8D
If you think this sounds like a fun project, show your support by entering, and even advertising this in a journal of your own or by 'ing the news post. The more people that see and read this, the more entrants there will be in the end.
I want to see a large proportion of the community involved in this project.
What I'm asking for is simple, and in no way very time-consuming. It should not get in the way (too any greater extent, at least) of anything else you might have scheduled.
No Deadline descided at the moment, more information on this as soon as the interest for the project has been identified.