Rob over at Webcomics Community
is running a T-Shirt design contest for a shirt design to use in the third in a series of articles about having t-shirts printed, which is logical enough.
over on their forum explains it better than I can, but the jist of it is as follows.
What he's looking for is the design for a Webcomics Community shirt that can be used to illustrate an article created by Joe Cook of the Comic Shattered Myth
, whose day job is working in a print shop that do, among other things, t-shirts.
I'll quote the bit about prizes:
|Rob wrote: |
|The winner of the design contest will receive two free hours of professional file conversion work on a design for their own personal webcomic/website. Anything beyond two hours of prep and you will have to come to some sort of agreement with Joe (Cebronix). Most simple designs will not take anywhere near 2 hours and Joe will review your design before he begins your prep work so you will have an idea as to how long it will take before your prize is used up.
Additionally, Joe has generously donated one "Digital Print" T-shirt of your design and size choice (it will have to be on a light colored shirt as those are the rules with digital printing) as part of the prize (he's also donating copious amounts of his time which makes him just a super super guy). Although your file prep will prepare your design for the higher quality "Screen Printing;" printing one shirt is prohibitively expensive. So you will receive one free digital print instead.
If that sounds interesting and you have some free time to work on a design go check the thread out.