Thanksgiving is only a month away, so it's time for the ANNUAL ALTEIL HAND TURKEY CONTEST.
Because a week of scavenging food and gas, running around and sleeping in the cold has left me but a pale shell of a man, I will paraphrase with text mercilessly stolen from last year's contest:
in the US, we celebrate Thanksgiving, and when we're in grammer school or preschool or something, the teachers give us activities related to holidays to keep us busy. So they tell us to take a big sheet of construction paper, slap down our hands, and trace them. Then, using that tracing as a base, we draw and decorate a turkey. Ingenious! Now, I'm sure a youth of hand turkeys will give American Iczers a staggering edge in this contest, but maybe not. It's a chance we'll all have to take.
The contest is simple. Take your hand, place it on a flat surface, and trace. You'll need to convert these to digital format if you traced them on paper though, no mail in submissions. A scanner perhaps. We like taking a clean hand and pressing it up against our monitor and using the mouse to outline it. Gives a 'kid drew it with crayon' feel. You can dress your Turkeys up any which way you like, that's where the creativity comes in.
Submit all hand turkeys NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 23RD. No profanity or adult images, copyrighted material, or official Alteil art is permitted. Drawing your own version of anything copyrighted IS COVERED under right of parody and is acceptable. YOU MUST INCLUDE YOUR ICZER NAME IN YOUR FILE NAME!!!!!!!!!
Ok, I'll also update my original post, but due to the late hour I didn't come up with prizes until today.
Send your turkey to:firstname.lastname@example.org
-Grand Prize gets 30 Point cards and 2000 Gran
-3 Runners up will get 20 point cards and 500 Gran
-All Participants get 10 Point cards
AND - There will be a commemorative Hand Turkey card (guaranteed to be OP, just like Sunday Bringer and Chibi Dalos) given to ALL PARTICIPANTS (except the Grand Prize winner, who will get 3).
The best way to learn about HAND TURKEYS is to check out LAST YEARS CONTEST WINNERS. http://www.alteil.com/index.php/compone ... y-winners-
"Scissors are overpowered. Rock is fine." -Paper