We're throwing one panda, one light, one pie up against the incredibly successful Fotolia One Cat, One Fruit, and One Clock Contest. Let's see if our new completely crazed random selection can pull in more than the 10,000 entries we received last time.
Here's the big twist: This time, we're challenging you to use the theme of "plans gone wrong" in your image.
You must use one each of the specific pandas, lights, and pies provided in the asset pack and create an image showing "plans gone wrong." Your entry can originate in any medium! These are stock pictures. You can trace them, draw them, photomanipulate them, stack them, cook them or even collage them!Official Rules
- Dozens of pandas are escaping the zoo and taking over a city. People are running in chaos as one of the pandas hangs from a traffic light and another stares into the window of a pie shop.
- After working hard in the mines all day, two pandas sit down at a diner. A waitress, who is carrying some pie, trips over one of their mine hats (which has a light attached) and smashes it into the panda's face. Classic!
- A freshly-made pie is sitting on a kitchen counter. The panda who cooked it has stacked up three chairs to help him replace a dead lightbulb. As he climbs to the top, the chairs begin to wobble, seconds away from toppling over.
You must use at least one panda, one light, and one pie from the asset pack in an image with the theme of "plans gone wrong".
Must use one of these pandas:
Must use one of these lights:
Must use one of these pies:
Once you finish your piece, upload your artwork image as a PNG or JPG file to the contest here. You can submit as many entries as you'd like until the deadline! Don't forget to list your stock resources if you use them.Submit Artwork
While you wait for the judges' decisions, check out the current contest entries by clicking below and make sure to visit stockproject.fotolia.com.Browse Entries
Feel free to use free stock from #StockProject, or you can use paid stock if you have an account with StockProject.Fotolia.com or Fotolia. You may use stock brushes and textures. You can always use your own original images, but you cannot use stock images obtained from other members of deviantART or other sources. Read the Official Rules about disclosing your stock resources.