4th of July 2021 Contest ( No longer accepting entries )
4th of July 2021 Contest
4th of July, American Independence day.
Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States.
People celebrate in many ways, from fireworks to BBQ’s, parties to quietly acknowledging the 4th of July by themselves.
Slushe Art Contest Rules
1st Prize: A featured spot on the Slushe.com and Affect3D.com big banner for 1 month, a feature blog post on Slushe, and a unique contest winner badge.
Runners-Up Prize: Top 10 contest badge.
This contest closes; 19 June 2021
Closed Vote ( Top Ten ); 19 June 2021 - 22 June 2021
Public Vote; 22 June 2021 - 4 July 2021
Winner Announcement; 4th July 2021
All dates and times are EST (Eastern Standard Time)
To enter this contest, create an original 3D or 2D image that fits the contest theme '4th July ', then upload it to your Slushe account with the tag '4thjuly2021'.
'Original' means created specifically for this contest. Any image that can be proven to have been created prior to the start of the contest will be disqualified.
Your image must meet Slushes’ Site Rules and should not include content that would categorize the image into one of Slushes’ Opt-in categories (Dubcon, Furry, Scat, Watersports, and Zoo).
Image format: Hi-res JPG or PNG
One entry per member.
If your post contains more than one image only the first image will be accepted.
Your image must be tagged with ‘4thjuly2021’
and posted by 11:59pm - 19 June 2021
Selection of Winners
Selection of the winners will take place in two parts, an initial closed voting stage to determine the top 10 contest entries and the final open voting stage to determine the 1st prize winner.
The closed voting stage is judged by a panel of Slushe staff and up to 5 randomly selected Slushe users, who have put their name forward. The closed voting panel is asked to consider the overall quality of the image, the artist's interpretation of the theme, creativity, and whether the artwork is in the spirit of the site and contest, though ultimately each judge is free to apply their own tastes while judging. The 10 highest scoring entries will make up the contest top 10.
If you would like to participate in the closed voting stage as a judge, please submit your Slushe.com Username and registered email address via this form and Slushe will send you a voting form during the closed voting stage if your name is drawn from the pool. Judges are drawn randomly, and may judge multiple contests in succession or none, depending on the size of the pool. Judges must submit their voting forms within the allotted time, or their votes will not be counted.
Note: if you have entered the contest you will not be eligible to vote for your own entry.
Proportion Rule: In this contest we will experiment with the Proportion rule. This rule is designed to address futanari favouritism among artists and users on Slushe by modifying the above rule. Instead of the closed vote judges selecting their top 10 favourite entries from the entire pool of submissions, they will select their top 10 from two separate pools. One pool will consist entirely of entries featuring futanari characters, and the other will contain all the entries not featuring futanari characters. Once the entries have been judged, we will select the top 10 from both pools in proportion with the number of submissions in each pool. For example, if 100 entries are received, and 70 are futanari, and 30 are non-futanari. We will select the top 7 from the futanari pool, and the top 3 from the non-futanari pool.
The open voting stage is conducted by poll. During the open voting stage, the poll will be posted on the front page of Slushe.com for users to vote in. Any registered Slushe users can participate in the open vote. The entry with the most votes at the end of the voting period is the 1st prize winner.
Artists wishing to work in teams may do so. To designate a team entry, just clearly list the members of your team in the text of your post. All participating artists may upload the work to their respective Slushe account, but it is not necessary to do so. (If a team wins the contest, all members of the team will win all prizes.)
Artists may not win 1st prize more than twice per calendar year and will not be considered for the top 10 if they have won the 1st prize twice already. Any artist who has won twice in a calendar year is still welcome to participate as a non-entrant for display in the contest voting post.
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