Wednesday, October 14, 2009

And the winner is...

Before I roundup the entries and announce the winner of the Horror of Star Wars art contest, let me first thank my sponsors.

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And now the entries. As always, the quality was high, and the task of picking a winner was thankless.


R2-D2 runs amok by Jacob Green.



Darth Vader made of demons by Rich Page.




Sarlacc/Cthulhu mashup by Cormac McEvoy.




Star Wars Scholastic-style book cover by Shane "Das Chupa" Parker.




Vintage arcade game by Carlos Melgares.


Each of the entries was excellent, but I have to pick a winner. And especially for its very clever concept, I select Jason Chalker's Tusken Raider ghost story:



I'd love to see a movie based on the concept, featuring a highly-stylized version of Anakin. Jason, your credits are on the way. To everyone else, thank you for participating.

If you have suggestions for future art jams or contests, please comment below.

*Previously: Scribblenauts art jam.

5 comments:

  1. Really well done to everyone - I also really like the idea behind the Tusken scary bedtime story. I'd love to see a version of Star Wars where the Jedi go head to head with the Old Ones though...

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  2. Thanks guys! And thanks John! I'm honored.

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  3. Great choice for winner. Really smart idea

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  4. I'd love to see a "fake advertisement based on something in a videogame/movie/book" contest.

    And, of course, kudos on the artwork for this contest!

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