submitted designs

I’m jumping on the shark prince bandwagon! I’ve wanted to do a Zelda theme terrarium/aquarium piece for the longest time now, and the initial idea used the OoT design for the zora. Well, since I don’t seem to be the only one who’s currently in love with Sidon, I thought it would be cool to adapt the design. ;)

I’m submitting this as a design in TheYetee, but it could take up to two weeks for it to be approved! Wish me luck in the meantime~!

I submitted a t-shirt design to a client, following their guidelines to a T. 

Client: There’s a bit of a problem. Why didn’t you make the background transparent?

I double checked the file I sent them, and the background was indeed transparent. 

Me: I did! I’m sorry, I’m not sure what could be the problem. Are you using the right program?

Client: I have it open in Photoshop now, and it’s not transparent. Fix it.

I resent the file, but also did some followup detective work on the original file. Turns out they opened it in MS Paint and saved over it, destroying the image. Which was, of course, my fault.

TheMysteryShack needs more souvenir shirts to sell to suckers!

Here at TheMysteryShack, there’s a lot of tourists looking to part with their money. These simpletons love t-shirts. So we want to make more t-shirts and give them to them. For money, of course! Submit your best Gravity Falls or Steven Universe shirt design for a chance to have it be made into a licensed product and see it sold across the entire web world wide.

Submission Guidelines

1. Attach your design file in .ai (Adobe Illustrator) format or have the .ai file readily available if picked as a winner.
*EDIT: After Checking with the company specifically for shirts, an .ai file is NOT required like with some of their other products. Files accepted include: .ai, .psd, .jpg, .png. Apologies for any added stress or confusion.
2. Attach the sample shirt design used for voting as a jpg file. If you want to be specific, you can choose the specific color you’d want the shirt to be on. You can also further specify certain design elements be certain sizes, i.e. “the design is 6” across the upper chest"
3. No foul language, obsessive violence, gore, etc. These are children’s shows and the companies will have final approval.
4. No Crossovers. Each design picked is submitted to their respective networks.
5. Include your name (or how you wish to be referred to as) when submitting your artwork to receive proper attribution.
6. Artwork should be designed for a surface area of 15" to 19" at 300 DPI. This is considered the printable surface area of a typical t-shirt.

Email to contest@themysteryofgravityfalls.com with your submission!

Rules

1. Submit whatever you want. It can be well placed stock art or something totally original. Keep in mind that Disney/CN will be approving these so try not to submit anything that you know wouldn’t fly on the show. Subversive designs might sneak by them so put on those thinking caps!
2. You must be the artist for any original art submitted or have written permission from the artist to submit. You can submit stock art with added words or phrases.
3. Entries can be submitted until April 30th, 2017. Entries will be divided based on the show it’s from.
4. Winners will be chose in multiple stages TBD. Polls will be used to narrow down potential candidates. There is no limit to the amount of winners.
5. Open to anyone anywhere in the world.

Rewards

1. Several winners will be chosen. Each selected winner of a design chosen to be submitted for licensee approval will receive a monetary reward of $100 USD.
2. Winners with designs accepted by Disney and CN and made into a shirt will also receive a commission for each shirt sold for the first 6 months of availability.
3. Winners with shirts approved and produced will also receive one shirt of their design in an adult unisex size of their choosing.
4. All selected design winners will also receive small gift packages containing merchandise from either Gravity Falls or Steven Universe.

Things to Keep in Mind

1. Treat your design as if it’s on a adult small sized shirt when specifying sizing and placement.
2. Submit a design that works as a shirt. This is important! Taking a poster type of artwork and slapping it on a shirt is lazy, even if some big companies in malls do it.
3. Submitting a design does not guarantee your design will be made into a shirt. Being chosen as a winning design does not guarantee your design will be made into a shirt. Disney and Cartoon Network have final say.

ONJU DRAGON DESIGN SUBMISSION

Hello, people.
If anyone know or may not know that I am working on my personal project that is called ’ ONJU ’. I ever once told to everyone that you are freely to design your own dragons to be put into my story, but the thing is I am very busy with school work and don’t have time to check my emails or my tumblr or deviantart mentioned/submission inbox.

To make it easy, I’m going share you guys a folder for you to put your dragon designs with some detailed description in ‘GOOGLE DRIVE’.
Everyone with the link will get to submit your dragons design in the folder.
NOTE: The folder link is shared with everyone, so please do not deleted or edit people’s document or I will never put your dragon designs into the story!

Here’s the link for the Folder:
drive.google.com/drive/folders…

Here’s the link for an example in one document:
drive.google.com/open?id=1b1H6…

Thank you for reading this, I will look forward you dragon design through this Google Drive.

Regards,
Golzy
GZ-studio

(p.s I’m IN HELLA SCHOOL WHILE HAVING BAD GRADES *sob sob*)