SHAPES and PATTERNS - 1 image per 24hr period.

NO CARDS/PHONE COVERS/CLOTHING/PILLOWS/TEXT ETC. 1 IMAGE IN 24HR.

DECEMBER Avatar Challenge ~ Shapes and Patterns for CHRISTMAS 2010

This challenge closed almost 4 years ago.

The Challenge

Lets celebrate the month of December with shapes & patterns with the theme of CHRISTMAS.

Rules

  1. No Text on your images or they will be removed
  2. No Human or Animals subjects
  3. Submit high quality images please

Judging / Voting Criteria

  1. vote for your favourite (s)

Rewards & Prizes

  1. Top entry will become the avatar for the entire month of December 2010
  2. Image & Artist will also be featured

Additional Information

  1. Our challenges are about having FUN & further promoting your work.
  2. Soliciting of votes via bmail, journal or any other form on this site will result in the removal of challenge entry
  3. You NO LONGER have to submit your image into the group before entering the challenge
  4. Please take the time to visit the folio of Ann Morgan

Cover Image: Avatar Wanna Be? by Ann Morgan

Completed

The Top Ten

Christmas Colors by Daniel J. McCauley IV

Christmas Colors by Daniel J. McCa... was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 8 votes.

  • Glass Globes: View of the World by silverdew
  • Partridge In A Pear Tree by Adam Regester
  • Christmas Ribbons by Sandra Bauser Digital Art
  • Frosted leaves by Anne Staub
  • Christmas is coming #2 by Rosalie Dale
  • Christmas in New York City by Evelina Kremsdorf
  • Christmas Berries - Card by Ann Garrett
  • Victorian Christmas by plunder
  • Christmas choir by Arie Koene

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