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#21 Maxson

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 07:28 PM

which one is an invitation to submit a revision? I don't think it's quite clear.


Come to think of it, it does have several meanings, "Just right" could be considered as both perfect and mediocre. I'm not sure. The invitation to submit a revision was "Right way", which means it's right but there's still a way to go. Wrong way remains as most obvious one.

Here's few ideas:

Hot
Warm
Cold

-and-

Good
Weak
Bad

I can go like this forever (:
"Once you take yourself too seriously the art will suffer."

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 08:23 PM

Come to think of it, it does have several meanings, "Just right" could be considered as both perfect and mediocre. I'm not sure. The invitation to submit a revision was "Right way", which means it's right but there's still a way to go. Wrong way remains as most obvious one.

Yeah, I agree with that. But I really like your idea with
Hot
Warm
Cold
if you come up with other ideas please do post them too!

#23 jjyepez

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 02:49 AM

Yeah, I agree with that. But I really like your idea with
Hot
Warm
Cold
if you come up with other ideas please do post them too!


Hi,
What about ...

"You got the point!"
"You are so close! What if ... "
"You missed the point. Try another, please."

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#24 HWorks

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 05:03 PM

I got one question. Actually, I am a bit confused by this sentence:

As I wrote before, you are allowed to submit 3 images (designs or revisions).


So if the first designs needs two changes to get right to the point, I am not allowed to post the other 2 ideas?

Also: if my design needs minor changes asked by the CH, which are more than three, I can submit them, right?

#25 sharie

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 06:56 PM

You get 3 design entries. If the ch asks for a revision it is not considered an entry for example: entry v1.0, ch jas asked for a revision, when that revision is submitted the canvas would say v1.1, if ch asks for another revision itthen becomes v1.2 and so on. New entries are are just that new so your next entry in that same contest would be labeled v2.0.

To sum it up you get 3 original entries. The ch can ask for revisions on any of the 3 entries, revisions are not counted as an entry unless the revision changes the design to look like a new or different design, then it would be considered a new entry

hope that helps

I got one question. Actually, I am a bit confused by this sentence:



So if the first designs needs two changes to get right to the point, I am not allowed to post the other 2 ideas?

Also: if my design needs minor changes asked by the CH, which are more than three, I can submit them, right?



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#26 HWorks

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 12:53 AM

Exactly what I was trying to figure out. I was worried about my revisions :D thank you very much! :)




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