I just want everyone to know that this was SUPER hard. Every-Single-Entry was flipping amazing! They were all so well thought-out and so creative! I had 4 judges and myself, and one of my judges even went and got feedback from her coworkers! Even they had a hard time choosing!
We judged entries based on over-all effect, not just "quality" per say, but the thought behind the entry, the creativity and the reactions we felt to each entry.
Again everyone that entered will be getting a .pdf of the final draft of Chapter 2!
All of us really loved this. Not only are the frames themselves extremely well done, but the emotion and the story and theme behind the image is so powerful!! Subtle details too, like Haunt in the background are great! The sequential work is also very well done!!
We loved the character expressions in this! Like what is that expression on Jasper's face suppose to be? Is he annoyed, is he subtly glad? We liked the slight mysteriousness of it! The composition of the whole image is amazing! And the background and lighting is absolutely beautiful!
This is so creative and funny! Right after I wrote the entries journal I went and checked the mail and received the actual doll. HILARIOUS! The creativity of the doll itself is great! But the whole entry process with the parcel was amazing!! (go check the sta.sh image for all the details)
We were going to do runners up. We just couldn't choose, it was way too hard!
The other AMAZING Entries!
My #rcwcontest2014 entry: Crossing The FlamesJune 5, 1885 sta.sh/0u35bsab25zsta.sh/02cikp75bi24
N.W.M.P. camp on the way to Fort Kipp
“You are the most stubborn, opinionated, pig headed... man... I've ever had the misfortune to meet!” Jem Hurst squared her shoulders, her index finger thrusting below his chin, her green eyes shooting sparks.
“Me?!” Jasper McGregor retorted, his angry face mere inches from Jem's own, arms crossed defensively across his chest while she glared daggers at him. “What about you?!” His eyes fairly glowed with emotion as he glared at her. “I have never seen a more stubborn, irascible, argumentative... female... in all of my life!”
Jasper's voice was indignant as he glowered down at her. He was an imposing figure at six foot one and seemed to swamp Jem's more diminutive five foot seven frame but she had a bite to her as Jasper was now finding out.
“Well, pardon me if I show a little bit of spirit!” she shot back, her voice st