Risky wrote:What Tim said. 2nd place gets nothing. You draw 1 winterwear / formal pic, 1 swimwear / lingerie pic, answer 3 questions (what are your talents? what are your thoughts on abe lincoln?), one entry per contest, three contests total : Mr, Ms, Thing. 1st place gets bragging rights only.
I mean, if you want to vary from that, I can't argue with things like prizes... people like prizes... but simpler seems better. It's also not just about who is the sexiest or whatever, it's who we want to represent us.
I like the formal and lingerie categories, but I think the talent thing would be pretty cool too. And I would opt to up the number of questions so there's more room for silly ones.
I guess what the prizes/winnings comes down to is this. Do we want just one Mr, one Miss, and one Thing winner? Or one winner of each of those for each of the categories mentioned in the first post(face, body, personality, so 9 winners total)? I think the latter would be cool especially if we had enough participation which it seems we are going to.
Let's have a vote then.
1. How many characters is each participant allowed to enter?
1. Up to three (one for each of the categories if opted to do so)
2. Up to three (same as above) from each comic the artist makes if the artist so chooses
2. What are the categories to be won?
1. Mr, Miss, and Thing ComicGenesis (three winners total)
2. Mr, Miss, and Thing ComicGenesis, with winners for the categories of Best Face, Best Body, and Best Personality (nine winners total)
3. Mr, Miss, and Thing ComicGenesis, as in option 2, with the additional general Mr, Miss, and Thing overall (TWELVE winners total)
4. Everyone wins because it's the effort you put in that matters <3
3. What would winners win? (This would probably tie in to how many winners are allowed)
One thing here- if it gets down to it, we could always have a group of a few people willing to make fanart for the winners. I for sure would be willing to be part of such a group.
1. Bragging Rights and the admiration of the community
2. Fanart of their comic by participants who are willing to do so
3. Fanart of their winning character by participants who are willing to do so
4. For the interview, should responses be written out in script format or drawn as a comic?
1. Drawn as a comic, so keep the number of questions small, and allow us to watch the character answering
2. Written in script format, to allow more questions and greater insight to the character
I am pleased with the amount of people tentatively participating.