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Authors write a fanfic and pitch the summary to artists who will make art for the fic. The minimum word count expected is 20 000 words. We’ll require a 5000 word draft by 12 Midnight MST May 20, This is ¼ of the expected minimum word count. Authors may either: start writing after you sign up or continue working on something they are already writing provided it isn’t published. After the sign up close, Authors will have three and a half months to complete their fic. We’ll also require each over 20 000 word fic submitted to us by 12 Midnight MST August 12. Authors can do some minor editing if needed between then and the posting date, but the fic must be ready to publish on August 18.
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Artists will need a minimum of one finished piece per fic claimed. Art can be a drawing, painting (either traditional or digital), fanvids, fanmixes, manips, songwriting provided it can be recorded and posted, 3D art including fibre, sculpture, bookmaking, craft, provided it can be photographed.
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Consult the author on any squicks/triggers they may have before making your piece. Art pieces are not to be posted until August 18 and must be complete aside from small edits by August 12. Art must be submitted to us by 12 Midnight MST August 12 or it will not be included in the masterlist or AO3 collection.
Did another one! :D It was much harder to do, and I also realized that Ariel has a HUGE head (so Flounder looks enormous beside Belle). I also experimented with the water shadow thingy things (what are they even called?!).
Dean Winchester of the 73rd had a knack for using his hands. Back home he could fix near enough any car that rolled though his way, so keeping him close to his flight squadron was like making sure you wore headdress during a salute: essential.
Dean’s magic fingers spread though more than just fixing things. His talent for capturing the imagination onto any flat surface made him more than desirable before the big flight. Girls were a popular choice, bombs that looked like sharks too, but on Sgt. Winchester’s own plane, he decided he needed an angel watching over him.