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7400 Competition artwork wanted

Posted on Friday, September 9th, 2011 in 7400 contest by Ian

The 7400 competition is gaining momentum. We could really use some nice banners and graphics to promote it. Any artists out there?

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6 Responses to “7400 Competition artwork wanted”

  1. Sven says:

    Special needs? Sizes? Other?

  2. Em says:

    Please list the specs you require for the banners / graphics. I would like to offer my skills to you guys.

  3. Ian says:

    Banners the shape of the one above (standard banner), but also any art really. Something we and the other sponsors can use to advertise the contest.

    A small badge for that upper right hand box would be great too.

  4. Sven says:

    Time to play with MS Paint :D

  5. Ben says:

    http://i.imgur.com/iZie4.jpg
    maybe, if nobody sends in something decent.

  6. rsdio says:

    Maybe you could have a contest to create artwork for the 7400 Competition, and give prizes to the selected pieces. A meta contest.

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