We have a double bubble prize for this week's Cryptogee Photomash Challenge 20 SBD are up for grabs!!
So far for the challenges I have been designing a different logo card for each one. I've been thinking that I would like a permanent card that I use, however I haven't had time to sit down and design one.
So I thought why not draw on the talent of all you competition entrants!
There is a small chance that I still will want to design my own logo after this competition, in which case I will still give 10 SBD to the best looking entry.
Unlike the others, I'm running this one for 2 weeks, so have a read of all the criteria and rules and get cracking!
Each entry must combine two or more images to create a new one, conveying the Photomash theme.
Each entry must include text with the graphics saying the words Cryptogee Photomsh Challenge.
The prize is 20 Steem Backed Dollars (SBD), currently worth circa $140 USD.
All judging will be done by myself.
Each entry must be in the form of a post and have Cryptogee Photomash Logo Challenge as part of the title.
Comments to this post will not count as entries, although all entrants are required to link to qualifying posts in the comment section.
Each qualifying post must use the tag cryptogee-photomash (failure to do this may your entry to be missed, thus invalidating them from the competition).
Each entrant must help spread the word by voting and resteeming this post.
Qualifying entries must adhere to the style rules quoted above.
Entries must be original own work, can be done on any software and a screenshot of the layer file must accompany all entries.
Each Steemian can enter as many times as they like.
There is one first prize of 20 SBD which will be paid out to the winner within 24 hours of the announcing post.
In the event that no entry is suitable for use, the challenge will revert to a normal Cryptogee Photomash Competition with a 10 SBD prize going to the best entry.
Competition will run till midnight 31st Jan 2018, any entries made after 11:59 UTC 30th Jan will be deemed invalid.
Judge's decision is final on all matters.