The Cover Challenge (PLEASE READ THE THREAD RULES IN POST #1)
If you don't remember the old Vogue Cover Challenge allow me to refresh your memory. This is the place where tFSers are given the chance each week to create their own versions of Vogue covers and engage in some good-natured competition while they are at it.
1. Challenges will run for a week at a time.
2. Each challenge has a theme that will be chosen by the previous week's winner.
3. Each participant may submit up to two covers per challenge. You may submit more than two, but you must specify which two covers you actually want to use for the round.
4. Please include the cover entry number, photographer (If available), model name (If available), and the source of your image (Please remember to source correctly -- another model's thread is not a proper source) in your submission post. Entries that violate this rule will, unfortunately, be disqualified from contention.
1. Once voting begins, it is too late to submit a new entry or change your previous cover submissions.
2. Voting is through private ballot. Please PM ChanelCouture09 or vogue28 with your selections during each voting period.
3. You may vote for three covers per round. In your PM, please include all the necessary information about the entries and rank the covers in order from your 1st to your 3rd choice. 1st=3 points, 2nd=2 points and 3rd=1 point. An example is as follows:
#1. member A (3 points) - cover entry #(1 or 2)
#2. member B (2 points) - cover entry #(1 or 2)
#3. member C (1 point) - cover entry #(1 or 2)
The total accumulated points for each cover entry will be what determines the winner(s) of that round.
4. You may vote for both covers entered by the same member for the round, but please do not vote for yourself.
5. At the end of the voting period, the votes will be counted by the moderators, and the results will be posted thereafter.
6. Please do not complain about the results of each round. Make your voice heard through voting, not through discontent and open criticism. Keep in mind that each voter's tastes and preferences cannot be controlled by anyone but the voter him/herself. And remember: This challenge comes with no actual prizes or rewards - IT'S JUST A GAME.
Also, if you have any resources, like fonts and what not, please feel free to share / link to them here.
The Cover Challenge (Logos, Tips & Tricks. Ask your technical questions here)
(Saturday December 17th - Saturday January 4th)
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS Saturday December 31st at 11:59 PM
VOTING BEGINS ON Sunday January 1st 2012
RESULTS POSTED ON January 4th
All Times are Eastern Standard (New York City timezone)
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Vogue28's Theme: Rave the Rhythm
The aim of this round is to create covers with references to music. With Taylor Swift covering American Vogue, and Lana Del Rey rumored to front British Vogue. Thought we'd try something similar. You can feature anyone from a singer/band, to a model holding a musical instrument. As long as there is musical reference to the photo. Enjoy!
Rave the Rhythm
scan by MissMagAddict
scan by MissMagAddict
(One of four)
My first #1 win ever! Thanks a lot, guys! :D:flower:
Itīs Oscars month so the new theme is: FASHION IMAGES INSPIRED IN MOVIES
models or celebs, editorials or ad campaigns
Thanks for the votes everyone! :flower:.
well deserved, long overdue..
Karen Elson by Mario Testino, Mariotestino.com
An amendment to the theme (sorry, Iīm new to this lol) itīs not limited to editorials, you can also use images from campaigns :)
Entry#1. Karlie Kloss & Patricia van der Vliet by Arthur Elgort.
Mad Max (1979)
Tagline is reference to The Warriors (1979)
Entry#2. Karen Elson by David Sims
Atame/Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)
scanned by AngelLover
I also made this one based on War Horse (2011) but then I wasnīt so sure... Iīm posting it just for fun :)
Arizona Muse & Jeremy Irvine by David Sims
This one is based on the movie "Maurice"
Clement Chabernaud | Ph: David Slijper
^well, then maybe itīs best to also feature celebs... the thing with celebs is there are tons of editorials with them styled as characters from famous movies eg Elle US february issue..
but Iīm all for everyone participating so the final theme should be:
FASHION IMAGES INSPIRED IN MOVIES
models or celebs, editorials or ad campaigns :)
#1 Saskia de Brauw by Mert & Marcus, from storemags.com
^I thought it was Lara Stone :shock:
Great entry as always Mark :)
Looks like Lara Stone, but is Saskia for Vogue Paris March 2011 :flower:
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