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Obviously, since it is Monday and the sketches will be debuting tomorrow, if you have not been contacted by me, then you were not one of the five artists chosen by the super secret panel. I’m sorry about that. There was an amazing outpouring of talent – so much so that the panel was extremely divided on the artists, with roughly 30 or so artists receiving votes in the balloting (the panel was a twelve-member committee), so it was clearly no easy task getting it down to just five artists.
Outside of my apologies for you not being picked, I was thinking that perhaps a kind of cool idea would be to do a gallery of people who tried out next week to show off your skills and promote your art blogs/DeviantArt galleries/whatever.
So, if you’d like to participate, e-mail me a sketch at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll feature it here next Thursday along with a link to your site.
For the theme, you can use this week’s sketch theme – just draw your “dream” inter-company crossover.
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