The Coral Cave - Quiet Evening

Today is the last step of the making of Quiet Evening: watercolors!!! A simple contrast between a yellow tint for the inside and a blue tint for the outside creates a warm atmosphere.

The Coral Cave - Christmas Contest!!!
Enter the competition:

You can win Quiet evening, a watercolor illustration of the game The Coral Cave by answering those simple questions:

1 - Where does The Coral Cave take place?
2 - What color are Mizuka’s pajamas?
3 - Which member of the Coral Cave's team is also a comics writer?
4 - Who helped Ryoko-chan to find her mabui when she was a little girl?

(all answers can be found on the official site: thecoralcave.com)

Send us your name and the 4 answers at ateliersento@gmail.com
You have until Monday, December 22nd at 6:00pm (GMT). 
Then we’ll draw a winner amongst all correct answers.

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AHHHHHH!! I enter the Tera Winter Loading Screen Contessst!! ; u; and I did not win but I got honorable mention! Here is the link~ dhksg and if you play Tera you may see my drawing on the loading screen along with other winning contestants! ; u; AND I GOT A KICKASS GLORY WOLF TOO! AHHH ; u; I’m so happyyy~ 

Popori Kitty belongs to Bandit and Moonlight Elin belongs to me. ’ w ‘


A special holiday contest just for you!

Elayne Griffith, the brilliant illustrator of Cat-toons, is giving you the opportunity to win a wonderful gift – a personally signed 8″ X 12″ illustration of your favorite Cats at the Bar character.
Here’s how to win: Find Blaze. He’s hiding somewhere in the picture.

If you’re not sure what Blaze looks like, here’s a picture of him. Contest ends tonight at 6:00PM EST when we announce the winner! Just send us an email at catsatthebar@outtlook.com 


So I haven’t animated in at least a year, but after hearing about the Animation Career Review’s first short animation contest I’d thought I would definitely try to submit something. And boy was this such a last minute entry haha (2 days of non-stop work). I would have submitted sooner if not for finals. Anyway, this short features a mouse who suddenly wakes up to find a mysterious object before him. Out of curiosity, he clambers to investigate only to discover that there’s enough food to last him a life time! Or is that really the case…? 


Winners of National Geographic Photo Contest 2014

Winners of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 have just been announced! Out of more than 9,000 entries, the photo titled A Node Glows in the Dark nabbed the top spot. An eerie glow comes over the girl in the center of the photo, who’s consumed by her smartphone. It’s the sign of the times. The photographer of that image, Ben Yen of Hong Kong, told National Geographic, “I feel a certain contradiction when I look at the picture. On the one hand, I feel the liberating gift of technology. On the other hand, I feel people don’t even try to be neighborly anymore, because they don’t have to.”

Photographers from more than 150 countries submitted their photos into three categories: people, places and nature. The grand prize winner, Ben Yen, receives $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., to participate in their annual National Geographic Photography Seminar in January 2015. The first place winner in each category takes home $2,500 and his or her winning photograph will be published in the prestigious National Geographic magazine.